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Asus Ecchellon X One concept phone with Android N, 4G RAM spotted

This Asus concept phone is designed by HEGE.

A new Asus concept phone has been spotted online on Concept Phones, which is dubbed as ASUS Ecchellon X One. This Ecchellon X One concept phone, designed by HEGE, is in two color variants – Black and Silver.
Asus Ecchellon X One
Asus Ecchellon X One
According to designer, the phone body is made of metal, except for the bottom part on the right corner that comes in a variety of colors and different materials and the ” A” logo is made of special anti slip materials for better grip and can be removed for easier access in order to replace the SD and SIM card. Futher, the concept phone has speakers that are positioned at the bottom of the handset, on the back panel there is a fingerprint scanner and four capacitive buttons at the bottom of display.
Asus Ecchellon X One
Asus Ecchellon X One
If you look at the concept images, It seems to have a large display with thin bezels, a rear camera module placed in the top center of the back panel with LED flash lights, a front camera module placed in the top right of the rear panel and a Intel Logo that suggest that the phone will be powered by a Intel processor.
Asus Ecchellon X One
Asus Ecchellon X One
As per the website, the Asus Ecchellon X One concept phone may come with 5.5 inch display, with Gorilla Glass 5 protection and could be powered by a Intel processor along with 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. The smartphone might run on upcoming Android N operating system and will be packed up by a 3500 mAh non-removable battery. The phone could flaunt a 16 megapixel snapper on back with LED flash lights and a 8-megapixel selfie shooter.

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