Asus revealed the ROG Phone 6 and ROG Phone 6 Pro in July of last year, but this time the firm isn’t waiting until the summer to officially release their newest gaming phones. Instead, as you can see from the information released below via ROG’s official Twitter account, the ROG Phone 7 series will be introduced during a gathering on April 13.
For those anxious to see what’s new in ROG-land, the event will be live broadcast, and it will start at 8 PM Taipei time, 2 PM Berlin time, and 8 AM New York time, respectively.
Not one, not two, but three prototypes of the impending phone have already been spotted on the public Geekbench database, all of which, naturally, include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU. There was 16GB of RAM in each of the three, but this does not exclude the existence of at least one model with 18GB. A 6.8″ FHD+ 165 Hz AMOLED touchscreen, a 6,000 mAh battery, and 65W charging capability are reportedly included in the ROG Phone 7.
That’s it for now. If we learn further information about the upcoming phone, we will surely share it with you.