Smartphone processors have become extremely powerful and some are capable enough to process complex tasks at the level of PCs. Qualcomm has been one of the biggest names in the smartphone processors market and it has just released the latest and greatest chipset. The latest chipset is the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and it has been dubbed as the most powerful processor in a smartphone.
As the processor was announced, lots of devices were also named that will be housing this powerful chipset, one of these devices was none other than the upcoming flagship gaming smartphone, ASUS ROG Phone 6. The smartphone has been provided to reviewers to test out the all new chipset and its capabilities.
Through the images that have surfaced online, users will be able to figure out the design style that the new smartphone is going with. The ASUS ROG Phone 6 has a blue translucent back through which the internals of the smartphone are visible. A huge ‘Dare’ has been inscribed on the back of the phone and the trademark ‘Designed by ROG Lab’ is inscribed under that.
One of the biggest changes that players will observe in the smartphone is the gigantic camera module. The smartphone has a thicker and wider camera module when compared to the ASUS ROG Phone 5, and it has ‘Confidential Equipment’ inscribed on it, which denotes that the device is for testing purposes only.
As of now there have been no official announcements from the company, but as images of the smartphone have surfaced online, an announcement will surely be made soon enough. Users should just be patient and wait for an official announcement to learn more about the phone and its capabilities. Check out the images of the ASUS ROG Phone 6 below:
do you DARE to check out this Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 prototype phone based on the upcoming ASUS ROG Phone 6?
0/10 rear camera performance (because there aren’t any)https://t.co/xPcMhCns7f pic.twitter.com/lFfLXFaQyN
— Alex Dobie (@alexdobie) May 20, 2022
Asus ROG Prototype with the new Snapdragon chiphttps://t.co/GjSYEPDmkJ pic.twitter.com/IZSKciFlN1
— Dave Lee (@Dave2D) May 20, 2022