Asus ZenFone 6 Leaks Revealed The Hideous Notch Ever Seen

Users’ opinions on notches are mixed. Some think they all look unsightly, while others believe that notches are looking alright. Well, at least all those notches are centered on the top part of the smartphones’ front side. However, recent Asus ZenFone 6 leaks revealed the hideous notch ever seen on a smartphone.

The Asus ZenFone 6 leaks, published online by Slashleaks on its official web page, showed that the upcoming Asus flagship’s notch is offset to the right looking terrible and making many Asus fans wondering why the company opted for such an unsightly notch position.

However, some people praised the Asus’ decision since it’s a smaller notch in comparison with others we can find on modern-day devices. While we have to take these leaks with a salt of grain, we must also take into account that the images are just of a prototype of the upcoming Asus ZenPhone 6. Thus, the final ZenFone 6 design might be different.

Asus ZenFone 6 Leaks Revealed The Hideous Notch Ever Seen

Possibly, Asus wanted to reduce the size of the notch, but why would the engineers move the notch to the right? The idea was to increase the screen-to-body ratio but to move the notch to the right makes it impossible to ignore when playing games or watching videos which might be annoying.

Even though the screen would look larger, there is a thicker bottom lip below the display without boasting front speakers like the Google Pixel 3 XL. Thus, the smaller notch moved to the right the Asus ZenFone 6 boasts, is practically useless.

As for the Asus ZenFone 6 specs, according to the latest rumors, the device would boast a triple-camera setup on its back and a fingerprint sensor right in the center of the back case. Therefore, despite what some fans expected, Asus ZenFone 6 won’t come out with an in-display fingerprint reader.

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