Asus is all set to launch the next-gen ROG Cellphone 6 on July 5 and forward of this, it has now been confirmed that the gaming smartphone will launch in India on the identical date. As well as, the telephone’s design has been absolutely leaked too. Listed below are all the main points to know.
ROG Cellphone 6 Coming to India Too
Asus, by way of a current tweet, has confirmed that the ROG Cellphone 6 will launch in India at 5:20 pm on July 5. This might be a web based occasion, which might be live-streamed by way of YouTube. It is usually confirmed that the ROG Cellphone 6 might be a Flipkart unique, very similar to the earlier ROG Cellphone fashions.
The system is already confirmed to be powered by the newest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and is touted because the world’s first gaming telephone to come back with the stated chipset. The corporate is additional anticipated to launch the ROG Cellphone 6 and the ROG Cellphone 6 Professional on the occasion.
The telephone has additionally been absolutely leaked, as per the just lately shared design photographs by leakster Evan Blass. The telephone is seen with an ROG Cellphone 5-like design however with an even bigger rear digital camera hump and a few extra adjustments right here and there. The ROG Cellphone 6 Professional is predicted so as to add a secondary show on the again.
It’s anticipated to come back in white and black colours. Plus, varied equipment just like the ROG-branded gaming controller, the AeroActive Cooler 6 snap-on cooling fan, and the Devilcase Guardian Lite Plus case are additionally anticipated to tag alongside.
As for the specs, the ROG Cellphone 6 will assist an IPX4 ranking and a sophisticated cooling system to cut back throttling. A 165Hz show, 50MP rear cameras, a 5,850mAh battery with 65W quick charging, and extra. The Professional mannequin will share the ROG Cellphone 6’s specs.
Nonetheless, correct particulars and even the value aren’t out there for the time being and we have to wait till July 5 for a conclusive thought. We’ll maintain you posted. So, keep tuned.
Featured Picture: Evan Blass/Twitter