ASUS announces five ZenFone 4 variants: Original, Pro, Max Pro, Selfie, and Selfie Pro
ASUS has announced the ZenFone 4. While the number “4” for 4 variants would’ve been ideal marketing (ASUS had 3 variants for the ZenFone 3), the Taiwanese Android OEM has emerged with five ZenFone 4 variants: ZenFone 4 (Original), ZenFone 4 Pro … Read more on AndroidGuys
We’ve been expecting a new ZenFone device from ASUS for a couple of weeks now, and today the company delivered and then some.
ASUS today introduced the ZenFone 4 and four different variants. Yep, there are five new ZenFone 4 series devices, and they’ve each got a dual camera setup.
The ZenFone 4 is packing dual rear cameras, one 12-megapixel with a Sony IMX362 sensor and f/1.8 aperture, while the other is an 8-megapixel camera with a 120-degree wide angle lens. ASUS is also talking up the ZenFone 4’s dual pixel PDAF, which the company says has an 0.03-second autofocus.
Also included with the ZenFone 4 is Android Nougat below ASUS’s custom ZenUI 4.0, which is … Android and Me
ASUS today announced that its world-leading gaming brand, Republic of Gamers (ROG), won two Best Choice and three d&i (design and innovation) awards at ceremonies held during Computex 2017. ROG Swift PG27UQ 4K 144Hz HDR gaming monitor won the Best Choice Golden Award, and the ROG Horus GK200 RGB mechanical gaming keyboard won a Best Choice Award and a Computex d&i Award. ROG Zephyrus, ROG Maximus IX Extreme and ROG GR8 II also won the Computex d&i Award…. ASUS News Feed
Even though the first two days of this week were spent by most Americans celebrating the Fourth of July, there were still a ton of happenings in the iOS gaming arena. Kicking things off was a story surrounding a puzzling update from Five Nights at Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon. Now, this comes with the massive caveat that Cawthon is no stranger to (intentionally or unintentionally) trolling his audience with updates on the state of development of games in the Five Nights at Freddy’s series, but, you really never know.
Five Ways Qualcomm’s New Snapdragon 660 And 630 Platforms Bring Mobile Devices To The Next Level
Qualcomm on Monday pushed ahead in the mobile market with the launch of two new platforms: the Snapdragon 660 and 630. Both deliver high-end features to mobile devices, such as enhancements in biometric security, upgrades in performance, support for better … Read more on CRN
Five reasons Microsoft should make and sell an Android phone
In the US, the smartphone market share for the OS went down from an already low 2.6 percent to just 1.3 percent … and use the company’s many cloud-based services like Office 365, Cortana and others. Microsoft wants to offer products and services … Read more on wetechgeeks.wordpress.com
Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: FedEx Offered Customers Five Bucks to Re-Install Flash appeared first on WIRED…. WIRED
Sprint today introduced a limited time promotion that offers new customers—existing customers do not qualify—unlimited talk, text, and data for $50 per month for the first line, $40 per month for the second line, and no additional cost for up to three additional lines. A family of five, for example, would pay $90 per month as a base cost—but there’s lots of fine print and caveats to consider.