The ROG Phone 6 and ROG Phone 6 Pro are the latest additions to Asus gaming-focused Republic of Gamers Android phone portfolio. They’re gamer phones for gamers, and the enhanced displays seem fairly spectacular.
Both variants are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU and offer up to 512GB of storage. They have the same 6.78-inch OLED panels as the previous ROG Phone 5S, but their 165Hz refresh rates and 720Hz touch-sampling rates are both significant upgrades over the previous model. They have the same 6,000mAh batteries as earlier models, as well as an updated three-camera configuration. The Phone 6 will start at €999, while the Phone 6 Pro will start at €1,299 — they’ll be available initially in the UK and Europe, and Asus claims they’ll be available in the US, India, and other markets later.
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Asus is clearly attempting to create a phone that can also be used as a daily device; the company has been gradually refining the ROG Phone’s appearance over the previous several versions so that it doesn’t only be considered as a gamer phone, but also a daily driver.