Asus ROG Phone 6 features a 165 Hz AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 8+ Gen1

After Qualcomm launched the flagship chip Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 in the second half of the year, manufacturers quickly followed and officially announced their new high-end models. Including ASUS ROG, its gaming phone ROG Phone 6 has been confirmed to be released at 20:00 pm on July 5th. According to the latest news officially released by ASUS ROG, the machine has been confirmed to be equipped with an AMOLED screen with a 165Hz refresh rate.

A few days ago, ASUS ROG officially announced that ROG Phone 6 will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 processor. It is understood that the processor is no longer handed over to Samsung as the previous generation, but based on TSMC’s 4nm process, using the “1+3+4” core architecture. One large core is Cortex X2, three large cores are Cortex A710, four small cores are Cortex A510, and the GPU is Adreno 730. Compared with the previous generation, while the performance is improved, the power consumption has also been significantly reduced, and the overall chip power consumption has been reduced by 15%.

The content of this update is the screen. The ROG Phone 6 uses a 165Hz Samsung AMOLED screen, which is a lot higher than the 144Hz screen on the ROG Phone 5s Pro released by ROG last year. For gamers, the 165Hz refresh rate brings a more comfortable picture experience.

With the support of a new generation of Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 processor and 165Hz AMOLED screen, ROG Phone 6 is very worth looking forward to at least in terms of game experience.