ASUS is among the companies that have yet to move to an edge to edge screen. HTC and Sony too, as well as OnePlus, but they’re very likely to do that next year. In order to predict that approach we have seen a bunch of concepts, like the ASUS ZenFone
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Leave it to Mladen Milic to shape the latest ASUS gear into beautiful formats. He specializes in gaming phones, but today he delivers a concept that involves both phones and tablets, with elegant designs, based on metal shells. The name of the product range is ASUS Z-Luxx and the devices
Designer Mladen Milic has envisioned a new top notch ASUS concept smartphone, one that has an original type of unibody chassis. Dubbed ASUS Ecchellon X One, the handset is shown below, with a minimalistic design and a “muscular look”, as the creator of the device claims.
I know for a fact that ASUS considered making a ROG gaming phone, but then launched the handset under a different branding. Well, their gaming phone doesn’t necessarily have to be a ROG, so here we have one such device, the ASUS Z2 Poseidon.
Don’t be surprised if next year we’re going to see some 6 GB RAM smartphones popping up, since that’s the next step after 4 GB apparently. Meanwhile, we prepared for that transition with the concept below, dubbed ASUS Z1 Titan. This handset was created by Mladen Milic and it’s a
Rendered by Janish Kolakkattil, the ASUS ZenFone Neo 1 is supposed to be an evolution from the current ASUS ZenFone models. The Indian designer has created here a model that adopts a new type of aluminum body, with an unibody design approach. There’s also Gorilla Glass 4 protection in the
The ASUS PadFone and the Transformer Pad Infinity tablet got a lot of praise lately, especially for the quality of their materials, nifty design and originality. So, why not have ASUS make a cool smartphone? Bob Freking takes on this task and designed the beautiful ASUS ZenPhone, that he calls
Few concept phones have actually reached the stage of being widely known as the handset that’s “almost available”. Everyone’s heard about them, but the real devices are nowhere to be seen. Sadly, this is also the case of Asus Aura, designed by Egy Studio and one of the finest pieces