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Asus ROG Phone 6, 6 Pro gaming phones offer Samsung OLED and 165Hz refresh rate

Asus debuted on Tuesday with two new gaming phones, the ROG Phone 6 and ROG Phone 6 Pro, which feature the latest Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor and a Samsung AMOLED display that can run at a 165Hz refresh rate. In addition to phones, the AeroActive Cooling 6 accessory that attaches to the line promises to lower the temperature by up to 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees F) on the back of the phone and adds touch buttons on the shoulders for gaming.

Both phones also come with a 6,000mAh battery with 65W charging and additional sensors that add game controls via the phone’s gyroscope as well as along the phone’s corners. Each of them includes a 50-megapixel main camera, a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and a 5-megapixel macro camera. Both phones also have a 12-megapixel front camera.

Asus AeroActive Cooler 6 fan system on the back of ROG Phone 6

Asus AeroActive Cooler 6.


The main differences between the standard 6 and the 6 Pro relate to the storage and memory options: The 6 starts with 256 GB of memory on the models that include 8 GB and 12 GB of RAM, while the 6 Pro comes with 512 GB of memory and 18 GB of RAM. The Pro also has a second display on the back that can show notifications, system information, and animations. The 6 instead gets an LED logo that can be customized to glow in a variety of situations.

These are all specs that – like other gaming phones – are meant to prioritize power and performance to get the most out of Android games. The battery with 6000 mAh capacity corresponds to last year’s battery is particularly noteworthy Asus ROG 5 phone. This phone has one of the longest battery life we’ve seen in an Android phone, according to Patrick Holland of topwatchbest, and was achieved with two 3000mAh batteries. However, last year’s phone also had a very fast 144 Hz screen, and this year’s even faster 165 Hz screen can affect the burning rate while charging.

Having a 165Hz screen should also make the animations incredibly smooth, especially for games that are capable of handling this threshold. I found during my review RedMagic 7which also has a refresh rate of 165Hz, which only some Android games currently support as most phones have a refresh rate of 120Hz. For most people, 120Hz is smooth enough, but for the crowd of gamers this phone is aimed at, 165Hz gives a bit more precision in what you see.

Release dates aren’t available yet, but when they get the US version, the ROG Phone 6 will start at $ 1,000 and the Pro 6 will start at $ 1,300. The phones for the time being are set to reach Europe for the first time for € 999 (around £ 860 or AU 1,510) for € 6 and € 1,299 for the Pro. This puts them in flagship territory in terms of prices and an increase over last year’s ROG Phone 5 which started at 799 euros.

While we’d have to wait for a phone call to check its Snapdragon chip, this latest processor coupled with the higher refresh rate on Samsung’s display is intriguing as both could eventually find themselves in the more commonstream phones on the line.

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