Update (01/19/2021 @ 06:25 ET): A dripped hands-on video of the upcoming ROG Phone 4 showcases its small secondary display. Scroll to the bottom to learn more. The post as released on January 18, 2021, is protected below.
ASUS was reported to be dealing with a brand-new ROG video gaming smart device for 2021 in cooperation with Qualcomm right before the launch of the Snapdragon 888. It was likewise speculated that the brand-new mobile phone would be revealed by the end of 2020 followed by a launch in the very first half of 2021. While that hasnt materialized, ASUS has actually definitely begun teasing the upcoming smartphone, which suggests that the launch could happen quickly.
According to the teaser (via MySmartPrice), the next-gen ROG Phone could have slimmer bezels above and below the screen. This hints at the truth that a Tencent variation of the smartphone, simply like the ROG Phone 3 and ROG Phone 2, would be presented.
The handset was presumably identified on Geekbench just recently recommending that the handset would be powered by the most current Snapdragon 888 SoC with 8GB of RAM and Android 11 out of the box. As per a recent 3C certification listing, the handset is anticipated to come with design number ASUS_I005DA and 65W quick charging. In contrast, the ROG Phone 3 featured 30W quick charging, and we are hopeful that ASUS will continue to provide a large 6,000 mAh battery.
Image credits: Weibo
A leaked live image of the upcoming ROG Phone on Weibo has actually likewise stirred some rumors. It showcases that the handset has three cams with a glass back that has a similar design technique as the previous-gen smart device. The handset also has the number 05 written on the back panel along with numerous branding, which might mean that ASUS would launch it as the ROG Phone 5 instead of the ROG Phone 4.
UPDATE: Leaked hands-on video showcases the ROG Phone 4s secondary screen
According to the teaser (by means of MySmartPrice), the next-gen ROG Phone might have slimmer bezels above and listed below the display. A dripped live image of the upcoming ROG Phone on Weibo has actually likewise stirred some rumors. The handset also has the number 05 composed on the back panel alongside different branding, which might mean that ASUS would introduce it as the ROG Phone 5 rather of the ROG Phone 4. A short hands-on video of the ROG Phone 4 has now popped up on Weibo (by means of GSMArena), offering us an appearance at its tiny secondary screen.
A short hands-on video of the ROG Phone 4 has now popped up on Weibo (through GSMArena), offering us a look at its small secondary display screen. The video showcases a gadget similar to the one we saw in just recently leaked images, with a personalized secondary screen on the back panel that reveals alerts for games and alerts for inbound calls.