Asus is gearing up to launch the next iteration of its gaming-centric ROG smartphone. It is not clear whether the upcoming ROG smartphone will be called ROG Phone 4 or ROG Phone 5, but the company has already started teasing the upcoming smartphone on social media channels. Yesterday, live images of the upcoming ROG smartphone were leaked revealing a 64MP triple-rear camera setup. Earlier today, a hands-on video surfaced on the web which revealed that Asus is bringing a secondary display to the ROG lineup. Now, we have spotted the upcoming ASUS ROG Phone 4/5 on NCC certification which confirms that the smartphone will pack a 6,000mAh battery which will also support 60W fast-charging.
The upcoming ROG smartphone has appeared on the NCC certification website with model numbers ASUS_I005D and ASUS_I005DC. Additionally, the certification reveals that the smartphone will pack a 6,000mAh (2x 2885mAh) dual-cell battery with 60W fast-charging support. The smartphone will also carry support for AeroActive Cooler 4 technology.
Asus ROG Phone 4/5: What we know so far!
The upcoming ROG smartphone will feature a secondary rear display, which might replace the RGB logo from its predecessor. It’s a tiny display which the company may use only for notifications and animations while gaming. The smartphone is confirmed to get a 64MP triple-rear camera set up inside a protruding camera module.
The number ‘05’ could be seen on the rear panel of the device. So, there are good chances that the company will ditch number 4, and name the upcoming ROG smartphone as Asus ROG Phone 5.
The smartphone is expected to feature top-tier silicon from Qualcomm – Snapdragon 888 which comes with an integrated 5G modem. That’s all that we know about the upcoming ROG smartphone so far. Rest assured, if and whenever the smartphone appears on other certification website or there are any leaks around it, we will update our readers. What are your expectations from the upcoming gaming-centric ROG smartphone? Do let us know in the comments below.
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