Last week was the debut of ASUS ROG Phone 7 on Geekbench, probably 7D version (judging by its module number ASUS_AI
_D) . Of course, the previous D model used a Dimensity chip, so this could be a different variant. And there’s no shortage of variants, with at least two more lurking in the Geekbench database.
Here are AI2205_B and AI2205 _C, presumably ASUS ROG Phone 7 and 7 Pro. Unconfirmed reports say the C version will be available in India.
ASUS ROG Phone 7 (and Pro?) running Geekbench 6
Note that all three variants B, C, and D we’ve seen so far use the base version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, the one with the 3. 16GHz main core. In the past, the company has launched enhanced versions of Qualcomm’s top chips, such as the Snapdragon-powered ROG Phone 5 (and Pro) 417 ( 2. 84GHz), then the ROG Phone 5s (and Pro) running Snapdragon 320+ (2.165GHz).
Gen 8 A version of the 2nd generation runs its main core at 3.84GHz, from 3.002GHz seen here, but this is exclusive to Samsung. We never found out if this was a timed exclusive.
Anyway, all three variants are featured 16 GB RAM, but knowing ASUS, there should be at least one 19 GB version too. This should be LPDDR5X memory plus UFS 4.0 storage, like we’ve seen on other 8 Gen 2 flagships.
According to Gadgetsdata
, ASUS ROG Phone 7 will feature 6.8-inch FHD+ 165Hz AMOLED display (with built-in fingerprint reader), plus a 6,mAh battery 36W charging. That’s pretty much what the 6-series models have as well.
The Asus ROG Phone 6 series arrived last July, so it will be at least a few months before we see the next one – the next-gen ROG Phone.
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