A device from ASUS ‘model number I005DA, believed to be the new ASUS ROG Phone 5, was seen in Geekbench last December with 8GB of RAM. A comparison with the 16GB RAM variation has now appeared in the Geekbench database. The 16GB RAM version, which scored 1,131 and 3,729 points in single and multi-core tests, respectively, is higher than the score of the 8GB RAM model.
Like the 8GB RAM variant, the 16GB version will ship with Android 11. Snapdragon 888 is used as a processor. Geekbench does not reveal other features of the ROG Phone 5. However, TENAA announced that the smartphone will offer support for a dual cell 6,000 mAh battery, 6.78-inch AMOLED display and 5G.
The Chinese 3C has confirmed that the ROG Phone 5 will support 65W charging and revealed that it will feature a triple camera along with a secondary display on the back panel of the smartphone in leaked images and videos.
We still don’t know the ROG Phone 5’s official launch date, but last month a teaser poster suggested that the promotion will take place between the end of March and mid-April this year.