While the Asus Zenfone line of smartphones aren’t exactly huge, the line of Android phones has one noteworthy feature that draws eyes. They don’t have front-facing cameras, and instead boast rear cameras that can flip up to face the front for selfies – you probably already know what this looks like, since you’ve scrolled past the header image that shows it.
The upcoming Asus Zenfone 8 seems to have ditched this novel feature, though, in favor of a more generic punch-hole cut-out in the screen for the selfie camera.
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