Asus ROG Phone 6 renders show off design and accessories


On July 5, Asus will release the ROG (Republic of Gamers) Phone 6, and we anticipate it to be among the first products with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset available. Although the design was already visible on TENAA, a recent leak has virtually verified it. We also got a first look at the new AeroActive cooler and a protective wrap-around housing for the camera.

The top bezel is thick and has space for the front-facing camera, thus the phone will once again adhere to its ethos of notches or punch holes. Additionally, it is positioned carefully to avoid accidental clicks that may occur if the screen were fully on the top or bottom side.

A USB port and a SIM card slot are on the left side, while shoulder triggers are on the right, which will be the top side during intense gaming sessions. The camera arrangement consists of three shooters and a single LED flash, however those who want to be involved in the gaming community rarely use this capability.


This phone has more significant features, such as the additional keys that are included with the AeroActive cooler on the back. The attachment differs significantly from its predecessor, which was intended for the ROG Phone 5 and 5s series, but it still has the key component: two clickable buttons on either side of the fan.

Numerous buttons and the rear panel of the protective case are visible, so we presume that it is only there to improve grip during gaming and not to completely shield the ROG Phone 6.

Before the formal introduction on July 5, we have yet to discover anything further about the Asus ROG Phone 6, including the answers to the queries of whether the fast-charging would become even faster and the battery would be even bigger or at least more durable. The chipset has, however, been confirmed.


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