The Asus Zenfone 9 was unveiled last July, and the Taiwanese company is definitely working on its successor as you read this. In fact, the Zenfone 10 was spotted in the online database of Geekbench, which as usual has revealed a couple of important specs.
First off, unsurprisingly since the Zenfone line is now a high-end one, the Zenfone 10 will be using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This was paired with 16GB of RAM in the specific prototype that ran the benchmark, but we're sure other options will be available too - the Zenfone 9 had iterations with 6GB and 8GB alongside the 16GB one.
The prototype in question ran Android 13 of course, and it managed a 2,008 single-core score and a 5,454 multi-core score, although as it's running pre-release software you shouldn't pay too much attention to these numbers.
According to previously leaked specs, the Zenfone 10 will have a 6.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a 120 Hz refresh rate, 256/512GB of internal storage, and a 200 MP main camera with OIS. It should also come with the IP68 dust and water resistance rating, and it's apparently going to be offered in three colors.