ASUS ROG Phone 3 Got Its 3C Certification: 30W Fast Charging

The upcoming ASUS ROG Gaming Phone 3 was in leaks for a long time. Moreover, the phone also got Certification on many websites. Recently, on 11th June. The phone got its 3C Certification.

ASUS-I003DD-3C Certification

According to 3C Certification, the application for Certification has been applied by ASUSTek Computer Inc. The upcoming gaming phone has a model number “ASUS_I003DD” and supports 5G Network capability. The phone has also support for fast charging up to 30W.

It is also reported that co-CEO (ASUSTek Computer Inc.) Xu Xianyue has already said that the ZenFone 7 And ASUS ROG Gaming Phone 3 will be launched between the end of the 2nd quarter and the beginning of the 3rd quarter of 2020.

From some leaked information, it is reported that the upcoming gaming phone will use the latest flagship chipset “Snapdragon 865 5G”. The phone has already spotted two times on Geekbench. At first, it was spotted with 8 Gigs of RAM, and a second time, it was spotted with 12GB of RAM. Both times, it has scored around 900 points on single-core and 3000 points on the multi-core test. The phone was running Android 10 both times.

According to some more sources, the phone will use a USB Type-C port for 30W fast charging. It is also reported that the phone may use a Quad-HD+ display with a 144Hz refresh rate. The phone has already certified by Wifi-Alliance and EEC Certification with the same model number ASUS_I003DD as on 3C Certification.

Currently, there is no official announcement by ASUS regarding the upcoming gaming phone. But it is expected that the phone may launch soon as the 3C Certification always point that the launch event is near. If any more news regarding this gaming phone comes, you will be updated on our website. So stay tuned!

Harris Zahid

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