The Asus ROG Phone 4 is a real battery monster


Rog Phone 4 has already flashed in the official promotional image on the company’s Weibo account, Pocketnow says. This may indicate that the official launch of the device is imminent, perhaps as early as the first quarter of 2021.

Data leaks in the mobile industry have already received more detailed information from their sources than the advertising image. Of particular interest is the battery capacity of the device. Asus plans to utilize as many as 6,000 milliamp hours of battery life in the new ROG Phone. By comparison, this year’s new Black Shark 4 and Nubia Red Magic 6 are going to settle for 4,500 milliamp-hour batteries.

The first unofficial test results of the device have already been seen. GeekBench results of 1,080 points in single-core tests and 3,584 points in multi-core tests suggest that the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 system circuit is spinning inside the device. The amount of main memory has been deduced to be eight gigabytes and the operating system version Android 11.

One phone-related information is still pending, and there are no unofficial leaks. Number four is the number of misfortunes in China, so many manufacturers fail to publish the four models. So it could be that Asus works like OnePlus and jumps from ROG Phone model numbers straight from three to vitos.


Source: Tivi by www.tivi.fi.

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