Asus India is preparing to launch its Zenfone Max Pro M2 in the market it coming weeks. The device is the successor to the Zenfone Max Pro M1 that was launched earlier this year. Asus Indonesia teased the device on its official Twitter handle along with a render that showed the notched display and a possible triple camera setup. However, according to a number of leaks in the last 24 hours, we have come across real-world photos of the device weeks before its launch. These photos confirm that the device will come with a notched display and a glossy finish on the back.
According to the leaked photos spotted on BeetelBite, and SlashLeaks, it looks like the device may come with a dual camera setup on the back in a vertical arrangement. This is a deviation seems to be from the rumors about a triple camera setup on the device. The original source of BeetleBite images seems to be GadgetsNow though we could not spot the original article.
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Taking a closer look at the images, it is confirmed that the back of the device will come with a fingerprint scanner in the middle. The report stated that a video was uploaded by GadgetsNow that “was taken down just a few minutes after the upload.”
The screenshots of the video also indicate that the Max Pro M2 will come with a 6.0-inch IPS LCD panel with FHS+ resolution and 19:9 tall aspect ratio. For the protection of the display, Asus seems to have added Corning Gorilla Glass 6 on the front. In addition to this, it looks like renders of the front and back of the device have also leaked out on the internet. This render was reported by SlashLeaks but the original source seems to be MySmartPrice.
These leaks come right after reports that indicated that the device is likely to be run Snapdragon 660 while being powered by a 5,000mAh battery. As previously reported, the device is likely to sport up to 6GB RAM and up to 64GB of internal storage.