The annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) has just started and as far as we know, we will not see any events from Taiwanese company ASUS during this event. Even so, ASUS has managed to find a way to make itself present at the conference in quite an interesting way. An ad with ASUS ZenFone 6 was discovered in a magazine that was apparently offered with the press passes at the conference. Thanks to this leaked information, we know now when this next-gen smartphone will be launched.
ASUS ZenFone 6 will be launched in May in Spain
As you can easily see in the picture above, ASUS ZenFone 6 will be released on the 14th of May 2019, in Valencia, Spain. The launch date of the device is not the only detail that was revealed, as the company has decided to also tease the design of ZenFone 6 in the magazine that was handed out at the ongoing conference. From what we’ve heard, the magazine was not offered to everyone.
It couldn’t be more clear from the picture shared online that this is the ZenFone 6 that we’re really talking about. ASUS has also added the anticipated phone in the ad, which seems to have extremely narrow bezels and a fullscreen display.
What will ZenFone 6 be like?
Judging by the way the silhouette of ZenFone 6 looks like and by how the tagline “Defy Ordinary” mentioned in the ad sounds like, we can predict that the newest smartphone from ASUS will probably have either an elevating selfie camera or a sliding design. Not much is actually known at the moment about the device, so hopefully some news will follow soon. We cannot wait to learn more about this next-generation phone.
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