In recent years, Asus’ Zenfone line has always been composed of a lone compact flagship model. Just last year, leaks about a larger Zenfone flagship entry, dubbed the Zenfone 11 Ultra, made its way to the rumor mill. Now, the device has leaked in its entirety, revealing the official renders alongside the key specifications.
Over on Reddit, a user discovered and revealed major information from the latest ROG Phone 8 firmware. Those appear to be associated with the unannounced Zenfone 11 Ultra, including a set of product photos, retail packaging, and a specifications sheet.
Asus Zenfone 11 Ultra design
Upon closer inspection, the flagship does share similarities with the ROG Phone 8 duo, especially the back panel with the off-center camera island. Even the position of the triple camera module and LED flash remain identical while the lower portion sees some random accented cuts with the absence of a secondary display.
In front, the device was depicted with a centered punch hole on the display, making it different from the unsymmetrical panel on the Zenfone 10 (review). The bezels look considerably thinner around the panel. In addition, the discovery points to the Zenfone 11 Ultra being available in black, blue, green, gray, and apricot shades.
Asus Zenfone 11 Ultra specifications
Time to dive into the meat of things! Based on the listed specifications, the Zenfone 11 Ultra will sport a 6.78-inch AMOLED screen with a 144 Hz refresh rate. Meanwhile, its camera system is carried over from the ROG Phone 8 Pro that is helmed by a 50 MP Sony IMX890 snapper, a 32 MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, and a 13 MP ultra-wide shooter. There is also a 32 MP front-facing camera that uses an RGBW sensor.
Elsewhere, Asus’s new Ultra phone is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. This is paired with a generous 16 GB LPDDR5X RAM and 512 GB UFS 4.0 storage. Plus, it does indicate the device is offered only in a single storage configuration.
The Zenfone 11 Ultra also boasts a massive 5,500 mAh battery capacity that should keep you going the entire day without missing a beat. On the other hand, wireless charging is supported, rated at 15 watts with wired charging at 65 watts.
There is no confirmation on when the Zenfone 11 Ultra will be made official. With Asus confirming its attendance at the upcoming MWC in Barcelona, there is a chance the company will announce the handset then.
What are your thoughts about the design of the Asus Zenfone 11 Ultra? Do you like its similarities with the ROG Phone 8? Shoot us your answers in the comments.