According to what we have seen thus far, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, which will replace the 888+ of the previous generation, will be the main enhancement on the Asus ROG Phone 6. The new phone ran Geekbench and left a scorecard behind.
This ROG Phone 6 model came with 16GB of RAM. The maximum capacity, which will be the top shelf option, was listed by TENAA as up to 18GB. A variant with 12GB of RAM should also be available (perhaps even one with 8GB).
Nevertheless, the new Adreno 730 GPU operates at clock speeds and is 10% faster than the original Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which will enable it to achieve higher frame rates. By how much more? We don’t currently know this because Geekbench just evaluates the CPU. The updated model will, however, sport a 165Hz display, according to Asus (instead of 144Hz like on the previous two generations).
The new model is rumored to have the same 6.78″ screen size and 6,000mAh battery with 65W fast charging.
On July 5, Asus will present the ROG Phone 6 at events in Taipei, Berlin, and New York.
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