Asus ZenFone 5.5 inch series of Android-based smartphones currently includes devices of three sizes : 4 inches, 5 inches, and 6 inches. There’s something for everybody, you'll say. However, there will be certainly users who’d discover a 5-inch handset somewhat too small, along with a 6-inch one much too large. To the confident people, Asus is reportedly working over a fourth ZenFone model.
Once we said not long ago, Asus intends to announce its next-generation ZenFones at CES 2015 in January. Per DigiTimes, a 5. 5-inch variant will certainly be added towards the new product line. Interestingly, the website reports that Asus plans to aggressively promote the new ZenFones inside the US. While only many of the upcoming handsets will feature LTE connectivity, all should offer enhancements relevant to design, user interface, memory, camera, and battery life.
Considering that the first-generation ZenFones can be cheap (the ZenFone 4 costs as low as $100, as you move the ZenFone 6 might be bought for around $300), we expect the new ones to become affordable, too.
Earlier right now, Asus predicted that it might sell 5 million ZenFones towards the end of 2014. Now, DigiTimes says that some analysts believe the corporate could ship 7. 5 - 8 million units through the entire year. As for next year, it is really said which the new and improved ZenFone line might help Asus sell a total of 16 million smartphones worldwide.