ASUS Rog Phone 3

When talking about ASUS’ ROG series, we usually associate it with gaming computers. But as many smartphone makers have decided to take a new direction and launched a few gaming phones, ASUS has decided to try itself in this field as well. There are a couple of ASUS ROG gaming handsets, and a new one is on the way. Recently, a brand new ASUS smartphone has passed the Wi-Fi Alliance certification. Also, its running points appeared on GeekBench. If there is no accident, this new machine is the ASUS ROG Phone 3.

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According to the GeekBench webpage information, the Asus ROG Phone 3 is equipped with a Qualcomm octa-core processor. On the GeekBench 5, it scored 902 points in single-core test and 2074 in multi-core. This is not likely to be the Snapdragon 865.

ASUS Rog Phone 3

But this doesn’t mean the phone will use a weaker SND chip. Earlier, some news said that the Asus ROG Phone 3 will sport the Snapdragon 865 Plus processor. But who knows maybe ASUS has done a few optimizations and the upcoming handset will carry a regular SND865 under the hood. Anyway, the GeekBench document also shows an 8GB memory and the Android 10 system.

Considering that the previous generation of Asus ROG Phone 2 also came with a 120Hz high refresh rate screen, we believe this generation of Asus ROG Phone 3 will maintain the same level or further upgrade to 144Hz. If so, it will become a new generation of e-sports machine emperor.

Previously, ASUS and Tencent have also cooperated on mobile games. As you guess, ASUS made a few optimizations for Tencent games. So the fluency will be better than other smartphones. The Asus ROG Phone 3 should also continue this advantage.

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