In pictures, of course. Them guys at ASUS sure do know how to mix words to name their creations. This time around they are gearing up to launch the ZenFlip UX370 at MWC 2017.
Which apparently is a stylish little Windows 10 laptop.
The company is expected to launch this direct successor to the ZenBook Flip UX360, and despite the change in name, this form factor stays the same — this is through and through a machine that doubles up both as a laptop and a tablet.
This new model will, obviously, offer newer hardware, and is said to come in multiple color choices, with the following leaked photos showing both dark gray and gold versions.
Take a look at the images below:
The unveil, as mentioned above, is set for the Mobile World Congress event that is set to take place in Barcelona between February 27 and March 2. And although specifications and complete details are not available, we can expect it to offer improvements to the UX360 hardware.
Which comprises of a choice between three different processors, namely the Intel Core M 6Y30, 6Y54 and 6Y75. Either 4GB or 8GB RAM is offered, with SSD storage sizes of up to 512GB.
The 13-inch display features a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, and the laptop also features a multitude of connectivity options ranging from USB 3.0 ports, microSD card reader, microHDMI, WiFi and Bluetooth.
Multiple cameras and a choice between Windows 10 Home and Pro is available.
So, all in all, we can expect improvements to these specifications for the ZenFlip UX370, as well as integration of Windows 10 signature features like Windows Hello and more.
These photos will have to do for now, but further details are expected at MWC.
As one of the leak shows, this device will go on sale in the second quarter of the year, and ASUS is also planning to unveil some other laptops as well, including the Vivobook S and Vivobook Pro.
Exciting stuff, eh?