Both devices include the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor from Qualcomm and up to 512GB of storage. They have 6.78-inch OLED panels, the same size as the previous ROG Phone 5S, but they boast significantly faster 165Hz refresh rates and 720Hz touch-sampling rates. They have improved three cameras and the same 6,000mAh batteries as earlier models. The Phone 6 and 6 Pro will go on sale in the UK and Europe first, with the US, India, and other countries later. The Phone 6 will start at €999 and the 6 Pro at €1,299, respectively.
The ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro are available in black and white, respectively. The second OLED panel on the back of the 6 Pro, which is cool-looking but not always particularly useful, is the main distinction between the two models.
The Phone 6 has a memory limit of 16GB, whereas the Pro model offers up to 18GB. You can also get a little bit more RAM on the Pro model. It suffices to say that most individuals will likely find the ordinary Phone 6 model sufficient.
The ROG Phone has been gradually improved by Asus throughout several models so that it no longer shouts “gamer phone!” as loudly. This shows that the company is attempting to create a phone that could also be used as your daily device. But this phone is still very much a gaming phone, as reported by The Verge.
For example, much of the phone’s design focuses on cooling optimization, and during the product’s launch stream, the words “we invented a unique 360-degree CPU cooling technique” were undoubtedly spoken. (The vapor chamber is now 30% bigger!) Even the Aeroactive Cooler accessory, essentially just a sizeable clip-on fan that also serves as a rudimentary game controller, was updated by Asus.