Making gaming hardware is the one thing that Asus is skilled at. The company’s ROG brand was already well-known in the PC industry, but in recent years, with the launch of the ROG Phone, it has also spread to the smartphone industry. We enjoyed the model from the previous year, even though it had an outrageous price tag of more than USD 1,000. Now that July is approaching, the following generation is getting ready to launch.
Asus has been hinting at the ROG Phone 6 for some time, and we even saw a line-art render at the beginning of the year that looked really legitimate. Although that was a wonderful early tease, we’re now getting a comprehensive look at the hardware because of the release.
The renderings, which were released by seasoned leaker Evan Blass on 91mobiles, show the next gaming phone’s few major design changes, the most prominent of which is a substantially larger camera module. You’d instantly recognize it even from a mile away because the entire design still screams “ROG Phone” in every manner and still exudes a strong “gaming” atmosphere.
The AeroActive Cooler 6 from Asus is a snap-on fan that helps keep temperatures under control during prolonged gaming sessions. It has what appears to be some shoulder buttons for additional input. Additionally, there are renders of the Devilcase Guardian Lite Plus case, which features a big window to keep the dazzling back panel visible and a somewhat hard appearance.
The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, an advance over the non-Plus version it succeeds, is Qualcomm’s most recent flagship chip, according to Asus, who previously informed us of this. The business recently hinted that the IPx4 rating, which according to Asus is the first for a gaming phone, will protect from the elements.
There is currently no information available on the cost of the phone or any of its accessories, but with the officially announced launch date just being a little over a week away, this information should start to become available shortly.
A snap-on fan from Asus called the AeroActive Cooler 6 aids in controlling temperatures during protracted gaming sessions. For additional input, it contains what appear to be some shoulder buttons. The Devilcase Guardian Lite Plus case, which has a large glass to keep the brilliant back panel visible and a somewhat hard appearance, is also depicted in these renderings.
Asus previously informed us that Qualcomm’s most recent flagship CPU is the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, which is an improvement over the non-Plus version it succeeds. The company previously made a hint that the IPx4 rating—the first for a gaming phone, according to Asus—would offer protection from the elements.
The next gaming phone has undergone a few noticeable design changes, with the most noteworthy being a substantially larger camera module, according to renders posted by seasoned leaker Evan Blass on 91mobiles. You can readily recognize it even from a distance because the general design still screams “ROG Phone” in every aspect and still exudes a very strong “gaming” vibe.
Always be Updated with us visit GeeksULTD for Real-time Updates