CES 2017: ASUS ZenFone AR Stole The Show As Best Mobile Device
World's annual and biggest technology fest, Consumer Electronic Show 2017, in its second, witnessed another array of product making their debut. The CES 2107 is getting larger and exciting with every day unfolding. There was a barrage a couple of weeks ago that Asus was planning something great and bigger for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017. Tech fans from all over the world finally got to experience and to see what they were working on as the company launched the new Asus Zenfone AR. With the revelation at CES 2017, tech fans are clamoring about the Asus Zenfone AR which might be the best smartphone from the company yet.
The New Zenfone AR Could Be the Best Smartphone From Asus
While the big guns generally hold their devices back for next month's Mobile World Congress smartphone debut, Asus has taken an early lead in this 2017 smartphone race with its Zenfone AR at CES 2017. Just the second high-end Android device to sport Google's Tango augmented reality technology, its fantastic spec sheet also includes a 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED display, with a whopping 8GB of RAM, a 23MP motion-and-depth tracking camera system and powered by Snapdragon 821 guts. Virtual reality is the most enjoyable when you have a big, high-resolution display to view it with, well, that's exactly the kind of screen we're dealing with the ZenFone AR. Asus's ZenFone AR runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box with the company's own.
The Zenfone AR is Arguably The Best Ones Around
While the CES 2017 features some of the best and top-notch smartphones which are about to be launch, the Asus Zenfone AR is certainly one of the hottest and arguably the best ones around. The upcoming smartphone blends amazing features with impressive specs that will surely have many tech fans ecstatic. Moreover, the ZenFone AR is also sleek, thin and light. With this phone, ASUS has a started a lead to this competition as it kicks off this year.
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