Curiously enough, the AsusROG Phone 3 is slightly thicker than the ROG Phone 2, nonetheless packing the same exact battery capacity.
The leaked video also comes along with a few leaked specifications. The image leak suggests that the phone will have a unique back panel design, with the camera setup placed in a horizontal manner in the top left corner. However, several recent findings from various sources have discovered that the ROG Phone 3 is allegedly real, and may see a launch within this year. It may also use the same strategy as the Tencent ROG Phone II. As far as you can tell from TENAA's lackluster photos, the colorful logo and patterns on the back make way for a black and white design, though it looks like there are still some decorations drawn across it to help it retain its "gaming phone" reputation.
The primary shooter is expected to jump from a 48 to a 64MP count, with the 13MP ultra-wide-angle lens likely to go unchanged, and an unknown telephoto sensor set to complete this increasingly versatile photographic system. The 3.5mm audio jack is located at the bottom portion of the device, just beside the USB Type-C port. We can see that the Tencent Games branding on the phone, meaning that this could be a special variant of the phone. Power and volume controls can be found on the right side, and the front still seems to come with some bezels, fitting a 6.59-inch 1080p AMOLED display. The flagship smartphone from Asus will ship with Android 10 out of the box.
The Geekbench result shows the chipset inside an ASUS phone benchmarked as the "asus ZF". The Asus Zenfone 7 smartphone will be a successor to the Asus 6Z.
The leakster who had shared a screenshot of the device earlier, now revealed the entire ROG Phone 3 in a short video. Although, we aren't sure about it.