Asus has followed a strict release schedule with its smartphone lineup over the past few years. The Zenfone series consists of compact flagships while the ROG Phone series caters to the gaming-oriented crowd with flagship specs and larger-sized screens. Asus is expected to launch a Zenfone 11 soon but it may finally offer a larger screen version of its flagship this time around.
A new leak uncovered by Reddit user Td3v1l while digging through the latest ROG 8 firmware update gives us our first look at the Zenfone 11 Ultra with a series of renders, including the retail packaging box as well as a detailed spec sheet.
As the name implies this will be a larger version of the regular Zenfone 11 and it looks very close to the ROG 8 Pro in terms of design. Asus could try a new approach by targeting a broader audience with the Zenfone 11 Ultra and its more subtle, mainstream design compared to the ROG Phone 8 series.
The accompanying spec sheet confirms the Zenfone 11 Ultra will share most of its key specs with the ROG Phone 8/8 Pro but with a 144Hz screen refresh rate instead of the ROG Phone 8’s 165Hz.
Zenfone 11 Ultra will be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset with 16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB UFS 4.0 storage. The device will also boast a 6.78-inch AMOLED LTPO display with 1,080 x 2,400px resolution and a punch hole cutout for the 32MP front-facing camera. The leaked specs also show the same camera setup consisting of a 50MP main IMX890 sensor, a 32MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom and a 13MP ultrawide lens.
The battery is listed at 5,500 mAh and will support 65W wired charging support and 15W wireless charging.
Zenfone 11 Ultra will be available in Eternal Black, Skyline Blue, Misty Gray, Verdure Green, and Desert Sienna colors.
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