Asus made a relatively early start on Android Oreo updates for both the ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4 lineups, but weirdly enough, humbler members of the older family got priority over the Taiwanese company's main 2017 flagship model. The phone manages a decent single-core score of 1518 and multi-core score of 5386 when compared with devices with Snapdragon 600 series SoC that we have reviewed in past.
ASUS had promised a year ago that it would upgrade the entire ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4 family of Android smartphones to Android Oreo by the second half of 2018. After making the rounds of Wi-Fi Alliance where it received its certification, the ZenFone 5 Max was recently spotted at Geekbench. However, Asus did reveal some details about the smartphone through a press conference.
However, some rumors have claimed that the smartphone may feature a 5.7-inch full HD display screen with 18:9 aspect ratio. There are a number of ZenFone 3 and ZenFone 4 smartphones still stuck on Nougat. Apparently, the smartphone will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and 4GB RAM. The device may come with 32GB of Memory Storage option as default memory and there would also be an expansion option available on the device with which you can expand the memory storage of the device by using a microSD card.
The Android Oreo update is being pushed out in stages so it might take a while before it reaches your device. Some leaks also suggest that the smartphone will feature a USB Type-C port along with the conventional 3.5mm headphone jack. So we are unable to list it down here at this moment.