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With a 30% larger battery and a tappable rear, the ASUS Zenfone 9 looks quite promising. The ability to switch between two separate profiles through the app is a unique feature of the phone. The phone comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS.

A few taps on the back are enough to take a screenshot and launch the camera app.

This feature has the potential to be beneficial, as it can be configured to do whatever the user wants. Asus is a popular company for trying new things. Its phones such as ZenFone 6 and ZenFone 7 Pro have been widely praised.

If you like clicking lots of pictures and need a high-quality camera to do so, then the ASUS ZenFone 9 might be just what you’re looking for. Here’s everything we know about the Asus Zenfone 9 so far.

Release date
According to reports, the phone will be launched on August 31st. Tech enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting what the Zenfone 9 will present.

Features
The Asus Zenfone 9 is expected to be priced at $750. He will have a android 12 OS, one 6.5 inch Great AMOLED FHD + screen, 5G connectivity and triple rear camera. It will also have a 64 MP rear sensor and a 12 MP front sensor. Along with 8K recording capabilities, the phone will come with an octa-core Gen 1 Snapdragon 8 chipset with 8GB/12GB/16 GB of RAM, and 128GB/256GB of storage. The 5000 mAh battery guarantees the phone a full day of battery life on a single charge. The phone will have 30W fast charging, but will not have wireless charging. It will have features like in-display fingerprint, IP68 water resistance and Front Gorilla Glass 6 protectors.

Design leak
There have been rumors of a back touch feature on the Zenfone. The latest Android 12 update on ZenFone 8 Flip revealed a blurry sketch of the device. Morgan Delalande (aka The Raimstor) of Asus ZenTalk Forums noticed it first. He noticed a glyph-like graphic showing the possible design of the ZenFone 9. The hidden setting for the double-tap back gesture was comparable to the iOS Back Tap feature. However, the feature is now unavailable.

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