Asus ZenFone Max M2 and ZenFone Max Pro M2 leak in full, specs, images, and all

Asus ZenFone Max M2 and ZenFone Max Pro M2 leak in full, specs, images, and all
It looks like Asus won’t be waiting for the next edition of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas or Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil its latest generation of the big-battery ZenFone Max.

A ZenFone Max M2 and ZenFone Max Pro M2 are expected to become official in Asia in just a couple of weeks, and after a number of smaller leaks and rumors on key specifications, the two mid-range handsets have been revealed in full earlier today by WinFuture’s Roland Quandt (translated).

We’re talking (almost) complete lists of features and a wide range of high-quality images showing off every side and angle of the Asus ZenFone Max M2 duo. The differences between the two unreleased devices are largely internal, it seems, although the ZenFone Max Pro M2 also appears to sport a narrower notch and thicker chin than its non-Pro sibling.

More importantly, the “standard” ZenFone Max M2 comes with a somewhat bland metal backplate, while the Max Pro M2 adopts a shinier and snazzier glass rear. Under the hood, the higher-end model purportedly packs a respectable Snapdragon 660 processor, downgraded to a 636 on the humbler and no doubt cheaper variant.

Both chipsets will be paired with up to 4GB RAM, and both phones are tipped to offer 2340 x 1080 screen resolution resulting in an extra-tall 19.5:9 aspect ratio for a jumbo-sized 6-inch panel.

Unfortunately, the most important piece of the ZenFone Max M2 puzzle has yet to fall into place, while the ZenFone Max Pro M2 should positively shine in the battery life department with a gargantuan 5,000 mAh cell in tow.

Contrary to previous gossip, the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 is now rumored to feature dual rear-facing cameras with 12 and 5MP sensors. There are also two shooters on the back of the non-Pro device, but its specs are not clear yet.

Seeing as how Asus is currently selling no less than three ZenFone Max-series devices stateside, at least one of these two new battery powerhouses is likely to be (eventually) released in the US as well. But we don’t have any dates or price points to share right now.

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