The unveiling of the 2022 Asus ROG Phone 6 is still a couple of weeks away, but we do have a fair idea about its design and specifications. The smartphone was recently listed on TENAA, China’s certification website, revealing some key aspects about its display size, memory options, battery capacity, dimensions, and gaming accessories.
Asus ROG Phone 6: Speculations, Confirmed Specifications
According to the listing, the latest gaming phone from Asus will sport a 6.78-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel, which is the same size as the ROG Phone 5s. However, the new ROG Phone 6 will get a higher 165Hz refresh rate as opposed to the 144Hz of the ROG Phone 5s. The device will be slightly bulkier with a thickness of 10.39mm. Interestingly, the handset will now be slightly lighter, weighing around 229 grams.
The ROG Phone 6 was earlier confirmed to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. The brand has also confirmed that it will deploy a 30 percent larger vapour chamber and 85 percent bigger graphite sheet compared to its predecessor. The gaming smartphone will be equipped with up to 18GB RAM and a whopping 1TB of internal storage. In the camera department, while the primary camera will still be 64MP, it is set to receive an improved sensor.
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Additionally, the ROG Phone 6 will feature an improved pressure-sensitive gaming trigger with better haptics. The device will employ a 6,000mAh dual-cell battery under its hood coupled with 65W fast charging support, similar to the ROG Phone 5s. The smartphone will run on Android 12 OS. It is likely to be offered with at least three optional gaming accessories at launch.
The ROG Phone 6 will go against upcoming smartphones such as the iQOO 10 Pro, Xiaomi 12 Ultra, Motorola Edge 30 Ultra/Motorola Frontier, Realme GT 2 Master Explorer Edition, etc., which will be powered by the same Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. You can check out the complete list of Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 smartphones here.