Just a few hours after the information of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835Soc were leaked, Qualcomm has accidentally revealed another product, which might be the center during the CES 2017 trade show and it belongs to ASUS Company, one of the well-known brands to manufacturer impressively stylish and powerful Android devices. The upcoming product that both Qualcomm and ASUS plan to display is the ZenFone AR and like its Lenovo, it is also a Tango-enabled device, but is there anything so special about it? Let us see in this article.
In the upcoming CES 2017, Qualcomm plans to introduce its Snapdragon 835, but not only that, the company also intends on releasing another Tango-enabled smartphone, but according to the image below, this time belongs to ASUS, and the name of the upcoming product will be the ZenFone AR. The image has been dated for Jan 4, 2017, along with the details about the upcoming device.
Until now, we are still not sure if the blog post is going to be taken down, but the purpose of Tango-enabled devices is to help Snapdragon-powered smartphones gain more battery life and show a better battery life while rendering and creating 3D-related applications. Why isn’t the ASUS ZenFone AR going to integrate a Snapdragon 835 Soc as it would result in even better performance and efficiency? It is still unknown, but according to a rumor, it suggests that the Taiwanese maker is preparing to introduce a flagship smartphone, possibly named ZenFone 4 and it is going to be showcased at the same event.
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The first Tango-enabled smartphone released was the Phab2 Pro of Lenovo and but it just came with the Snapdragon 652 chipset, which is behind the Snapdragon 821Soc in both performance and efficiency categories.