The ASUS ZenFone 10 has surfaced on Geekbench, and some of its specs got confirmed that way. The phone appeared on the benchmarking platform under the ‘ASUS_AI2302’ model.
Some ZenFone 10 specs got revealed by Geekbench
First and foremost, let’s just say that the phone managed to score 2,008 points in the single-core test, and 5,454 points in the multi-core test. Those are excellent results, though unsurprising, as the device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. Keep in mind this is not a final unit, though, so don’t pay much attention to those benchmarking scores.
That is actually one detail that this benchmarking site revealed, the phone’s SoC. Another detail that popped up is its RAM count. The ZenFone 10 will include 16GB of RAM in one of its models. That will probably be the highest-end offering, as the ZenFone 9 also offered up to 16GB of RAM.
Android 13 is listed here for the device, and that’s the OS it will run once it launches, as it’s expected to arrive in the summer. The ZenFone 9 launched in July last year, so the ZenFone 10 is expected around that time this year. ASUS may, of course, change its release cycle, but that’s not as likely.
It will be considerably larger than its predecessor, allegedly
Now, based on previous leaks, the ZenFone 10 will be larger than its predecessor. The phone is tipped to include a 6.3-inch panel. The ZenFone 9 arrived with a 5.9-inch display, that’s quite a change, needless to say.
The device will feature a 120Hz display, and offer 256GB/512GB of internal storage. A 200-megapixel main camera with OIS support was also mentioned, as was IP68 certification. Take that info with a grain of salt, though, of course.
We are only a couple of months away from the launch event, so more info should start coming in soon, including the phone’s design.