Yesterday, ASUS officially announced through the social platform that the ROG gaming phone has had a three-year brand strategic cooperation with Tencent Games. And the latest model of the two parties, Tencent ROG gaming phone 5, will soon unlock ‘mobile game new posture’.

ASUS ROG Gaming Phone 5

In the text, ASUS mentioned a keyword: new gestures for mobile games, six-finger power. However, the company did not give a detailed explanation of what the ‘six-finger power faction’ is. In this regard, some users speculated that it should support simultaneous operation of up to six buttons when playing Tencent mobile games through this phone.

A few days ago, the machine has been appeared on the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. TENAA also showed the photos of the real machine. It is not difficult to see from the photos that the new machine adopts a symmetrical full-screen design on the front. The ROG Gaming phone 5 also will have game shoulder buttons on the side, three horizontal cameras on the back, and a secondary screen to display more content.

ASUS ROG Gaming Phone 5

In addition, another source said that the ASUS ROG gaming phone 5 will use a 6.78-inch OLED high-screen display. Under the hood, it will carry a Snapdragon 888 processor, a battery capacity of 6000mAh, supporting 65W wired fast charging, etc. The main camera will have a 64MP resolution. The body thickness will be 10.29 mm and it will offer up to 16GB of memory.

Also read: ASUS to launch ROG gaming phone 4 in March-April

However, ASUS did not disclose the specific release time and price of the new phone in the announcement.

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