Asus has affirmed Android 9.0 Pie refresh rollout to its ZenFone 5Z cell phone in January 2019. The refresh will be taken off to the upheld gadget as a firmware over-the-air which will upgrade the experience of the cell phone. The Asus ZenFone 5Z was propelled a couple of months back prior this year and leaves the crate with Android 8.0 Oreo working framework. Presently The refresh will be taken off with the model number ZS620KL which is an Indian variation and it will hit your gadget as FOTA.
As per Asus, the refresh will bring numerous new highlights, that incorporates an all-new relevant spring up volume bar and another Magnifier include which makes it simple to duplicate and past. Starting at now, Asus has not given any insights about the highlights and changes this new refresh will convey to its gadget yet it ought to convey few changes to its application alongside a couple of different upgrades in the product.
The gadget will be taken off by stage and on the off chance that you can hardly wait for the refresh to hit your gadget, you can physically check for the refresh, by heading off to the setting of the Asus ZenFone 5Z cell phone and select System and after that tap on the System refreshes. On the off chance that you discover the refresh, download it and, introduce. Ensure the battery on the gadget is somewhere around 60 percent and furthermore reinforcement every one of your information before the establishment starts.
Going to the gadget, the ZenFone 5Z accompanies a 6.2-inch FHD+ Super IPS+ show with a viewpoint proportion of 18.7:9. In the engine, it is fueled with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC combined with Adreno 630 GPU and 8GB of RAM. The gadget sports a 12MP Sony IMX363 primary camera sensor with a f/1.8 opening size alongside an 8MP Omnivision 8856 sensor. There is additionally an 8MP selfie shooter with OmniVision 8856 sensor and has a 3300mAh battery on the back that underpins Quick Charge 3.0. Remark in the area underneath in the event that you have more questions and stay tuned to 4Phone for more news and updates.
Remark what you think