Asus ZenFone AR leaks via Qualcomm blog post, ahead of CES 2017

Features and specs of Asus ZenFone AR surface online, ahead of the CES announcement.

Asus ZenFone AR
Asus ZenFone AR leaks via Qualcomm blog post, ahead of CES 2017 Evan Blass via Twitter

The highly-anticipated Asus ZenFone AR features and specifications have surfaced online ahead of the CES announcement, thanks to the accidentally leaked Qualcomm press release that was later removed by the chipset maker. The ZenFone AR will be the second phone with integrated Daydream and Tango features once it's released, suggests the leaked blog post.

The forthcoming ZenFone AR device will be powered by Snapdragon 821 SoC with support for Daydream apps like Street View, YouTube, Netflix, HBO, and Hulu, besides a handful of games like Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Need for Speed, Lego Brickheadz and Gunjack 2.

Prolific tipster @evleaks aka Evan Blass has also confirmed in his recent tweet (with a few leaked screenshots) that the ZenFone AR will be the second Tango phone.

Folks at Android Police have managed to secure a cached version of the Asus press release after the post was pulled. Interested users may take a look at it, using the link. It lists out the complete features and specification details of the ZenFone AR, ahead of its official announcement at CES 2017.