Are you running out of budget but looking for a flagship-level smartphone? Asus 6z has got you covered then. The eye-catching rates actually make its tardiness on the market of India a little bit unfortunate.
If you haven’t followed these specific trends, ZenFone 6 should have struck shelves in the country on June 19, as it’s recognized globally. The Taiwanese firm was nevertheless prevented from launching any Asus phone in India by a Delhi High Court decision with ZenFone branding which had a little effect on June 26.
Since then, India’s one of the most famous e-commerce store Flipkart has been offering the base variant of Asus 6z with 6GB/64GB for INR 31,999 which is approx. $460. The other variants with 6GBRAM/128GB ROM and 8GB RAM/256GB ROM were delayed further still.
Regardless of whether or not that was solely marketing strategy or related to the Delhi’s High Court ruling in some way, both higher-end devices have started landing on stores, starting today.
The 6GB variant with 128GB of onboard memory set users back INR 34,999 (approx. $505) whereas 8GB variant with 256GB of storage goes for a whopping 39,999 (around $580). Either it will arrive with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of onboard storage or not, we are short on words on, as of now.
Specs-wise, Asus Z6 comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Chipset and 5000mAh non-removable battery. It’s running on Android Pie 9.0 operating system and 6.4-inches display offers vivid and punchy colours. Onto cameras, it offers a 48MP main sensor and 13MP ultra-wide snapper outback.