On some devices, the distribution of Android 12 was quick; on others, it was more gradual. However, Asus just dispersed its Android 12 update for the ZenFone 7 series on schedule.

The Asus ZenFone 7 series, which was introduced in 2020, had regular and Pro models, both powered by the Snapdragon 865 CPU, with 90Hz displays, 5,000 mAh batteries, and a distinctive design. Both phones offered a unique camera configuration that mounted the three rear cameras on a hinge. This allowed the cameras to function as standard rear-facing shooters while also enabling rapid conversion to selfie cameras.

Asus previously stated that Android 12 would be released for the ZenFone 7 series somewhere in the first half of 2022, and that is exactly what has happened. The ZenFone 7 and 7 Pro are now receiving the Android 12 upgrade via an OTA update.

An updated notification shade, more than a dozen built-in apps, and the replacement of the Asus Safeguard software with Android’s built-in Emergency SOS capability are all described in the upgrades changelog, which is available on Asus ZenTalk forums . Along with implementing the dashboard and other privacy measures included in Android 12, Asus has replaced the distinct Wi-Fi and mobile data fast settings with the contentious Internet toggle.

Prior to this upgrade, Asus also released Android 12 for the ROG Phone 5 and the ZenFone 8 series.
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