Published: Sat, February 03, 2018
Industry | By Faith Ward

Asus ZenFone 5 Sequence Launch Anticipated at MWC 2018

Asus ZenFone 5 Sequence Launch Anticipated at MWC 2018

The ASUS event is taking place on 27 February which is Day 2 of MWC 2018.

Given that Qualcomm's logo is present in the invite, we're pretty confident that most (if not all) Zenfone 5 series smartphones will use Snapdragon mobile platforms. The Taiwanese company has released an invitation for its MWC conference that is scheduled for February 27.

Furthermore, the invite features a "We Love Photo" tag that was originally used during the launch of the Zenfone 4 range of phones previous year and sports Qualcomm Snapdragon's logo.

This #BackTo5 hashtag could mean anything from 5000 mAh batteries in each ZenFone, 5 colours, 5 different ZenFone models or even 5 glass layer displays or backsides. Those who can't make it to Barcelona will be able to watch the press event live on the company's website. The two upcoming devices might be ZenFone 5 Lite and ZenFone 5 Max.

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One of them, the ASUS Zenfone 5 Max has already received certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance.

The Asus ZenFone 5 Lite, on the other hand, was certified in Russian Federation. It is expected to come running the Android 8.0 Oreo operating system and have several feature upgrades over its predecessor Zenfone 4 Max.

The press invite sent by ASUS, which mentions "BackTo5" clearly teases the upcoming unveiling of the ZenFone 5 series of smartphones, which will be successors to the ZenFone 4 smartphones that were launched past year. It also appears to come with features, such as Wi-Fi Direct and Miracast support.

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