ASUS ZenFone AR has released in Taiwan on June 14
ASUS ZenFone AR Released in Taiwan – The ASUS ZenFone AR which was first announced back at CES 2017, is now available for purchase in Taiwan. This is one of the new smartphone from ASUS, which is Zenfone AR is the first smartphone that is compatible with the Google Tango technology and Google’s DayDream virtual reality system for producing 3D maps of the real world surroundings.
However, if you are residing in Taiwan and planning on picking one up for yourself, it should be noted that the device comes with a premium price tag of 24,990 New Taiwan Dollars ($825). This is more expensive than most of the newly released flagships of the year.
Some time ago there a new report says that the Asus ZenFone AR will launch in Taiwan on June 14th, confirmed by way of media invitations to the event. Other than that also rumored ZenFone AR will launch on Verizon in the US, with no word on other carrier launches in other countries.
The Asus Zenfone AR has a 5.7-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, a 3,300 mAh battery, up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of internal memory, even though Asus is also anticipated to provide a 6GB model with as small as 32GB of storage.
But the most anticipated thing from this smartphone is on the back of it: Zenfone AR has a 3 camera system.
There is a 23-megapixel camera for snapping pictures. It’s a DUAL-LED flash bulb as well as digital and optical image stabilization. However, there is two extra camera for motion detection and depth sensing.
As last year’s Lenovo Phab Pro 2 Pro, that enables the telephone to operate Tango applications including games that superimpose digital products on real world surroundings, home decorating applications that allow you paint the walls digital colours or see if your sofa or ice box will match your room, along with other augmented-reality applications that need exact measurements.
The Asus Zenfone AR also operates with Google’s DayDream View virtual-reality headset and any future headsets developed to aid the Day-Dream system. Putting VR and AR on the same telephone could theoretically open new doorways for various kinds of applications that allow you interact with Tango applications while wearing a headset, but I suspect we’ll require waiting around for Tango becoming a bit more well-liked before builders invest plenty of time creating these applications.