Last month, ASUS unveiled the ROG Phone 6 series in multiple markets. The lineup features the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset. Earlier this week, two upcoming ROG-series gaming phones were spotted in the database of the 3C certification platform. Both phones are rumored to feature MediaTek’s flagship processor. A new variant of the device has now appeared in AnTuTu benchmarking site’s database.
The two ASUS phones that were certified by China’s 3C authority have ASUS_AI2203_A and ASUS_AI2203_B model numbers. Both models were seen with a 65W charger on the certification site. The device is expected to arrive on the market with the ROG Phone 6D moniker.
Another variant of the same phone with the model number ASUS_AI2203_D has surfaced on AnTuTu. Here is the screengrab shared by reliable tipster Digital Chat Station. Citing the AnTuTu listing, the tipster said that the ROG Phone 6D offers the strongest performance seen on an Android phone.
The ROG Phone 6D scored 291,317 points in the CPU test, 430, 867 points in the GPU test, 218,270 points in the memory test, and 206,140 in the UX test. Hence, the device managed to achieve a stellar benchmarking score of 1,146,594. Unfortunately, the listing has no information on the specifications of the device.
Rumors are rife that the ROG Phone 6 may cost less than the ROG Phone 6 series. It is speculated that the ROG Phone 6D will have an OLED panel that offers a 165Hz refresh rate, a 6,000mAh battery, and a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 main camera on the back. While the other details of the phone are under the wraps, it is speculated it will be similar to the ROG Phone 6 series.