Now, we are also getting to see a very short clip showing off the ROG Phone 5. With China being a huge supporter of the ROG Phone line of devices, Asus might want to be careful with their next product. This is as a result of, very similar to different Asian global locations, individuals in Taiwan take into account the 4th numerical to be unfortunate (possibly as a result of the pronunciation of the phrase for 4 and loss of life is comparable in Chinese). At the bottom-left corner of the smartphone, we can spot a red button.
According to the 3C listing, a new Asus smartphone with model number ASUS_I005DA has been spotted on the website. The number 4 is considered unlucky in many Asian countries, which is why Asus will likely skip directly to the number 5.
Recently, we've got a leaked image (a live shot) of the phone's rear panel showing its design. The image revealed that its back panel does not feature the traditional RGB-lit ROG logo. Further, there is a triple-camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary lens. Additionally, the certification reveals that the smartphone will pack a 6,000mAh (2x 2885mAh) dual-cell battery with 60W fast-charging support. The new reports also suggest that the company might launch the upcoming gaming phone with a new name. The Taiwanese manufacturer has not provided information on the features of the phone for now.
It should also come with Android 11, a Snapdragon 888 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 5G connectivity.
Asus is no stranger when it comes to putting two displays on a single laptop, but for its next gaming phone, Asus is apparently looking to push some boundaries by putting a small secondary display on the back of the upcoming ROG Phone 5.