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All You Need To Know About ROG Phone 6

All You Need To Know About ROG Phone 6

Republic of Gamers, ROG makes the best hardware for PC gaming, eSports, and overclocking. Our innovations deliver top performance and premium experiences for everyone.

According to TECH ADVISORS, the ROG (Republic of Gamers) phones from Asus are some of the best ways to enjoy mobile gaming, while also having a premium smartphone at your disposal.

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Release Date

Release dates for the ROG phones are very much dependent on the location of the country. For example, the ROG Phone 5S and 5S Pro models made their debuts on 24 August 2021, but only in Taiwan. The previous Asus ROG Phone 5 and 5 Pro were released in March 2021 in parts of Asia but came to wider markets in May.

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While the UK saw various configurations of the 5, it didn’t get the 5 Pro. European customers got both, while those in the US had a solitary version of the ROG Phone 5.

However, TECH ADVISOR reports that there have been rumours suggesting that the ROG Phone 6 will arrive in May 2022 in India and possibly the UK. Though this has not been confirmed yet. Jamb Result

As a rough guide, here are when the ROG phones made their debuts, but again the different territories mean that there’s no definite date you can pin your hat on at the moment. One thing to note was that due to the number being deemed unlucky in China, there was no ROG Phone 4.


According to TECH ADVISORS, using the Taiwanese prices as our guide, we see that the last two generations (5 and 5S) had roughly the same price tags. For the standard 5 & 5S model, it was 29,990 TWD while the 5S Pro version cost 37,990 TWD. There wasn’t a 5 Pro, instead, Asus opted for a 5 Ultimate, which cost 36,990 TWD.

With the ROG Phone 5 usually found priced at £799/$999 in the UK and US respectively, it seems likely that the 6 may follow suit. As always, you’ll need to pay more for the Pro/Ultimate versions if they are available in your part of the world.

TECH ADVISORS reports that a few sites such as GadgetsNow have reported that the prices will be 59,999 Rs for the ROG Phone 6 and 79,948 Rs for the Ultimate version.

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The ROG Phone 6 specs?

As the ROG Phones are aimed primarily at gamers, you can be sure that it will be packing some serious hardware. The current ROG Phone 5S and 5S Pro come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus processors,  which are the fastest ones available on the platform. This is due to be superseded by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 895/898 which should bring improved performance to what is already a very fast piece of silicon.


According to TECH ADVISOR, the ROG Phone 5S lineup featured touch sampling rates of 360Hz, which left it trailing one of its biggest rivals (the Red Magic 6) which boasts 400Hz. We can’t see Asus letting this continue, so hopefully, the new model will match or surpass that figure when it arrives.

TECH ADVISOR reports that YouTube channel Tech 11 put together an excellent concept video of the ROG Phone 6, which does seem more like a fantasy shopping list of features but looks beautiful.

It is possible that the 6.78 in display that was standard on the 5S models will get any bigger for the ROG Phone 6. This isn’t due to hardware limitations, more the fact that you still need to be able to put in your pocket at some point.


Expect the same luscious FHD+ AMOLED panel with a 144Hz refresh rate, accompanied by the whopping great 6,000mAh battery that will let you enjoy extended gaming sessions. As with the 5S, rumours suggest that the top spec will offer 18GB of RAM and 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage, with various other configurations on offer starting from 8GB/128GB. There should also be 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, and Bluetooth 5.2 on hand to cover all your connectivity needs. Information Guide Nigeria


Cameras on the 5S were comprised of a 64Mp Sony IMX686 sensor, 13Mp 125-degree ultra-wide, and 5Mp Macro. It’s true that some of these could be bumped up to match the larger sensors offered by other phones, but with the focus more on gaming performance than optics, we think this could remain the configuration on the Rog Phone 6 as well.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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