ROG Phone Mediatek version from Asus, isn't it getting louder?


Last July, Asus released the ROG Phone 6 with a Snapdragon system on a chip (SoC). It is now claimed that a new variant with the MediaTek SoC is available.

ROG Phone 6 has quickly risen to the top of the list of the world's fastest phones, according to AnTuTu data. A new name appears on the list, namely the ROG Phone 6D, which employs the Dimensity 9000+ SoC.

The ROG Phone 6D, also known as ASUS AI2203 D, receives a score of 1,146,594 on the list. Indeed, the data is not yet official, but it is clear that the score is only about 3% lower than the ROG Phone 6 Pro with Snapdragon SoC.

However, the MediaTek 9000+ CPU score is 15% higher than any Qualcomm SoC ever recorded, where the score reached 290 thousand. AnTuTu's total score is the sum of the scores of the four main components, which are CPU, GPU, RAM, and user interface and experience.

The ROG Phone 6D has not been officially announced by Asus, but it has received 3C certification and has a maximum charging capacity of 65W.

The full specifications have not yet been revealed, but it should be similar to the ROG Phone 6 and ROG Phone 6 Pro. With the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and up to 18GB of LPDDR5 RAM, Asus capitalizes on its two new gaming smartphones.

The displays on the ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro are 6.78-inch Samsung AMOLED panels that use ROG's proprietary tuning technology to deliver up to 165Hz refresh rate, 720Hz touch sampling rate, and 23ms ultra-low touch latency.


This gaming phone's second screen supports HDR10 +, has brightness levels up to 1,200 nits, and is protected by Gorilla Glass Victus. To get the most out of playing games and watching movies on the Rog Phone 6 series, Asus included a GameFX audio system with dual seven-magnet symmetrical speakers and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Asus includes an upgraded GameCool 6 cooling system that includes 360° CPU cooling technology, a 30% larger vapor chamber, and an 85% larger graphite sheet, as well as a centralized CPU design to improve heat dissipation from the core.

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