ASUS ROG Phone 8 teased: New design, SD 8Gen 3, 24GB RAM, 65W fast charging, early 2024

ASUS is gearing up for the highly anticipated release of the ROG Phone 8, and recent teasers offer a sneak peek into some noteworthy design changes. One notable change is the revamped back design, especially in the camera area, where a distinctive pentagon-shaped island houses three shooters along with an LED flash.

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Adding to the intrigue, the ROG Phone 8 will feature a side-mounted USB-C port, reminiscent of its predecessor, the ROG Phone 7 series, enhancing both convenience and accessibility.

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Delving into the device’s internal specifications, a Geekbench listing has already spilled the beans on the powerhouse within. The ROG Phone 8 will be powered by the formidable 3.3GHz 4nm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 octa-core processor, seamlessly integrated with an Adreno GPU. Elevating the gaming experience, this robust chipset is complemented by an astounding 24GB of RAM, ensuring smooth multitasking and superior performance.

In the realm of fast-charging capabilities, a recent listing has unveiled that the ROG Phone 8 will boast a 65W fast charging feature, as certified by China’s 3C agency. This cutting-edge charging technology is set to redefine the speed at which users can recharge their devices, aligning perfectly with the demands of the gaming community.

As the excitement builds, industry insiders suggest that the ROG Phone 8 is slated for an early 2024 release. With innovative design elements and powerful internals, the ROG Phone 8 is poised to make a significant impact in the competitive landscape of gaming smartphones.


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