One of the most anticipated phones by gamers is the ASUS ROG Phone. In 2021, we’re going to see the debut of the ROG Phone 4 as it one-ups once again the previous iteration. While the ROG Phone 3 introduced the same gaming phone we loved from the company, it also brought improved cameras capable of recording up to 8K resolution. This year, it seems like there are going to be more changes to the fourth year of ROG Phone.
ASUS isn’t really keeping the ROG Phone 4 a secret to its fanbase. The company teased a poster that shows nearly all bezel-less screen of the upcoming gaming phone. Though the render shows an edge-to-edge display, the chin bezel is still thicker than the rest. We also know Snapdragon 888 is the choice of chipset for the handset. And according to a 3C certification listing, it’s going to be paired with 8GB RAM, Android 11, and a well-improved 65W fast charger.
A new leaked live image suggests some changes to the design of the phone. The all-glass back panel reveals three cameras, featuring a 64MP sensor and most likely ultrawide and portrait for the rest. The branding also shows the number 5, indicating ASUS might launch it as ROG Phone 5. Lastly, there’s a red button on the left side of the device, appearing as it’s a shoulder trigger. However, it could also mean a button to quickly launch the game launcher of the phone.
For now, it’s all speculations and we’re going to hear more about the next ROG Phone as it gets closer to its launch.