[Leaked]Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 with Triple Camera

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 with Triple Camera
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This year Asus tried a lot to compete with Xiaomi’s mid-range Redmi Note 5 Pro which drastically unsucceeded only because of the camera of Redmi Note 5 Pro which was wat better than Asus’s Zenfone Max Pro M1. So this time Asus is coming up with Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 with Triple Camera set up to overcome all mid-range smartphones.


From a recent tweet of Roland Quandt, it is leaked that Asus is coming up with Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 with Triple Camera setup.

As far as the regular Zenfone Max M2 with model number ZB633KL goes, it will offer the same 6-inch FHD+ display but with Snapdragon 636 on board. The memory configuration is 4GB of RAM with either 32 or 64GB internal storage. Two cameras are at hand with the main one retaining the 13MP resolution.

The model numbers ZB632KL and the ZB634KL refer to the non-Pro and the Pro variants of the phones but are likely India-specific models.

Going by the pricing of the Zenfone Max Pro M1, the upcoming Zenfone Max Pro M2 will surely be the most affordable triple camera smartphone. As of now, there is no official confirmation over the launch of these two devices. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!

On the specifications part, Quandt says that he isn’t entirely sure. This means it’s safe to take his words with a pinch of salt. However, he’s confident about the information around the India-specific models.

Asus hasn’t yet confirmed when an announcement will take place. But considering last year’s ZenFone Max Plus (M1) was announced in late-November, a similar timeline is to be expected for this year’s devices. In most markets, sales should commence in mid-December but when it comes to the US, a launch may not take place until early 2019. Pricing remains unclear at the moment.

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