Asus’s gaming phone, the ROG Phone 3, is expected to be released next month, citingmedia reports. The aircraft has previously been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance and is now in the GeekBench run branch, and now it appears on the Eurasian Economic Cooperation Organization (EEC) certification website, along with related compatible accessories.
According to the EEC official website certification information, the machine model is ZS661KS. Although not much information about the device’s specifications was disclosed in the certification documents, it said the phone would be available worldwide. Although the image is provided in the authentication file, it is only a placemap, which shows THE ROG Phone 2.
The current 8GB and 12GB ROG Phone 3 are both in the GeekBench run-off library, and the running information shows that the phone is powered by a SnapSnapdragon 865 processor and runs an Android 10 system. The 12GB model scored 910 points in a single-core test and 3229 points in a multi-core test. The 8GB memory model scored 902 and 3074 points, respectively.
The Wi-Fi Alliance list shows that the machine will be connected with qualms QC6390 chipsets, supported by 2 x 2 dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac/ax, Wi-Fi Direct and Miracast. There is not much more information about Asus ROG Phone 3 at this time, but we hope to encounter more details as soon as possible.