Recently, the ASUS ROG mobile gaming phone announced its partnership with Qualcomm. The ROG Phone 8 will feature the Android pinnacle Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. Yesterday, the device obtained the domestic 3C certification, indicating its capability to accommodate rapid charging of up to 65W.
The 3C certification information is largely devoid of practical value. IT Home has appended the following model and specifications:
ASUS ROG Gaming Phone 8 passed 3C certification
This September, the machine was added to the Geek Bench benchmark library. The single-core score in version 6.1.0 was 2,213 points, while the multi-core tally amounted to 7048 points. It features 16GB of memory and operates on the Android 14 operating system.
The appearance and configuration details of the new ROG gaming phone remain unknown at this time. The ROG gaming phone 7 from the previous generation can be consulted. The device features a Snapdragon 8th generation processor, LPDDR5X memory, and UFS4.0 resolution. It also features a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 165Hz and a resolution of 2448 x 1080.
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Furthermore, the device is equipped with a rear-facing 50MP primary camera (Sony IMX766), a 13 MP ultra-wide-angle lens (120°), and a 5 MP macro lens. It features an internal 6000mAh battery and is capable of 65W rapid charging. The ROG Gaming Phone 7 is offered in Shadow Black and Phantom White, with a rear fuselage that prominently displays the company’s emblematic logo.