The Zenfone 10 Specs:
- Gen 2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 8
- 5.9-inch AMOLED display (2400 x 1080), with a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz
- LPDDR5X RAM up to 16GB and UFS4.0 storage up to 512GB
- (Sony IMX766) 50MP primary camera, 13MP ultrawide
- RGBW front camera with 32 Megapixel resolution
- 4,300 mAh battery with compatibility for 15W wireless charging and 30W wired charging.
- New Adaptive EIS mode, 6-axis gimbal stabilization technology, +/- 3 degrees
New about the Zenfone 10?
The support for wireless charging is the greatest update. It’s no minor feat that Asus was able to fit wireless charging coils into the Zenfone 10’s body while maintaining the same battery capacity of 4,300 mAh.
The Zenfone 10 has the most recent Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, as well as upgraded RAM and storage, particularly LPDDR5X and UFS4.0, of course, being a real compact flagship.
Stability, on the other hand
The hardware anti-shake OIS, improved Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) software algorithm, and quick auto-focus, the amazing 6-Axis Hybrid Gimbal Stabilizer 2.0 now delivers you even smoother films and shake-free photos when you’re moving.
The Samsung-made, Pixelworks-tuned 5.9-inch Super AMOLED panel on the Zenfone 10 is identical to that on its predecessor. This indicates that the Zenfone 10 maintains the incredible color fidelity that we observed on the prior version.
The difference is that you may now overdrive the display to 144 Hz while playing video games, which will please those of you who like headshots over other, less effective forms of damage in first-person shooter games.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
fast and reliable
the powerful Zenfone 10, you don’t have to pick between being small and having a lot of power. The most recent memory and storage technologies, along with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform, provide you quick access to everything.
The Zenfone 10’s main camera still uses a Sony IMX766 50MP sensor, but Asus has made some changes to Portrait Mode and widened the ultrawide camera’s field of vision. Furthermore, there is the outstanding 6-axis gimbal stabilization from the previous year, which has been updated with Adaptive mode.
You can set it and forget it because this mode will automatically select the technology (using both the gimbal and the electronic stabilization) and stabilization levels to deliver the best results.
ZenUI, the user interface that sits on top of Android 13, has seen some minor changes (two years of major OS updates). Now that you can take burst images when the screen is off, you may capture fleeting moments without having to start the camera from the screen.
The fantastic capacitive fingerprint scanner is still available, and exciting additional features have been added to enhance its intelligence, such as the capability to scroll websites in addition to the notification shade.
The Zenfone 10’s battery life won’t let you down thanks to its improved 4300 mAh battery and power-efficient components! Also, according to popular demand, it now has 15-watt wireless charging!
Zenfone 10 IP68
Zenfone 10 has IP68 water resistance, so it can withstand brief splashes and still allow you to go about your daily activities.
Pricing, availability, and colors
This year, Aurora Green has joined the other hip choices, including Midnight Black, Comet White, Eclipse Red, and Starry Blue. A 30W HyperCharge brick, a USB-C cable, and a cover for protection may all be found inside the retail box. The 8GB/128GB version of the Zenfone 10 will cost $799/€799 in all countries (including the US).