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Smartphones without a front camera get Android 11. The update is out for Asus ZenFone 7 and ZenFone 7 Pro

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Asus has barely released any new smartphones over the past year, but has given the market the flagship ZenFone 7 and ZenFone 7 Pro. And now these devices have received Android 11.

The update was originally made available to residents of Taiwan. In the case of ZenFone 6, it took about a month between the release of Taiwanese and global firmware. The update from Android 11 for current flagships also contains the March security patch.

Recall that soon Asus should release the ZenFone 8. Whether they will retain the main feature in the form of the missing front camera is still unknown.

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