Asus is currently developing the latest iteration of their gaming smartphone series, the Asus ROG Phone 7. Two models have already been spotted on Geekbench, with the ROG Phone 7D being one of them. The other, the ROG Phone 7, has been seen on both Geekbench and the 3C certification websites.
In addition, the global version of the ROG Phone 7 has now been certified by TENAA. This latest development reveals more information about the smartphone, and allows us to delve deeper into its specifications.
China based TENAA certified the ASUS ROG Phone 7 global variant, which goes by the model number AI2205_B, signaling an upcoming release in the near future. The listing confirms that the phone will feature a 5850mAh battery, similar to its predecessors, although ASUS may market it as having a typical capacity of 6000mAh.
Furthermore, the phone is expected to sport four camera sensors, with a single front camera and a triple-camera setup on the back, but unfortunately, details on the camera specifications are not yet available. While the phone is anticipated to support multiple 5G bands such as n41, n78, and n79, an exact launch date, however, has not been announced. More information on the ROG Phone 7 has been uncovered from the 3C certification website, revealing that the device will come with 65W fast charging support.
Earlier reports and Geekbench certifications have unveiled that the ROG Phone 7 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, boasting a maximum clock speed of 3.19GHz. The listings also indicate that the phone is anticipated to come with Android 13 and a whopping 16GB of RAM.
The phone is also rumored to feature a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution and 165Hz refresh rate capability. As of now, details about other features of the ROG Phone 7 series are scarce. But we will keep you posted as soon as we receive further updates about the ROG Phone 7 series, so stay tuned for more information on its features and specifications.