Asus ROG Phone 3 appears on video with triple rear cameras
After receiving TENAA certification, the ROG Phone 3 appears on video posted on the web. Asus’ next gamer smartphone should feature triple rear cameras, the main one being 64MP.
Last Monday (15), TENAA, the Chinese regulatory body, revealed the main specifications of the ROG Phone 3, the next smartphone from Asus. Now, this device had a hands-on video published on the web, showing all the design chosen by the company.
Right away, we can see that the ROG Phone 3 delivers a design similar to its predecessor, with a back that displays the brand’s RGB logo. However, there are two major differences: the next model has three cameras and the Tencent Games logo at the bottom. Asus also introduced more subtle lines and a shiny finish.
Looking at the front, we see that the Taiwanese manufacturer left out any kind of “hole” or notch, preferring to bet on thicker edges to house the camera dedicated to selfies and other sensors. The video does not make it clear, but it is likely that this was due to the stereo speakers, a feature that can also be found on the ROG Phone 2.
As previously mentioned, TENAA has already revealed the main specifications of the ROG Phone 3, but the leaker “Digital Chat Station” decided to complete the information by publishing details that we did not know yet.
Possible ROG Phone 3 specifications
Allegedly, the next smartphone from Asus has a 6.59 “OLED display with Full HD + resolution and a variable refresh rate of 120Hz and 144Hz.
Inside, we have the overclocked Snapdragon 865 processor, which can reach up to 3.09 GHz. In addition, there is 16GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage.
In the camera department, the main sensor is 64MP, while the front sensor is 13MP. Unfortunately, the leaker did not reveal details about the other sensors.
To keep the ROG Phone 3 on, it looks like Asus has inserted a powerful 6,000 mah battery with 30W fast charging support.
As for the launch date, a company executive said that this device could hit the market next month next to the Zenfone 7.
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