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ASUS ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro Got 3C Certification with 65W Charger

Almost two weeks ago, ASUS officially announced that the all-new ROG Phone series 6 would be launched in the first week of July 2022, on  July 5. Unlike other manufacturers, the company hasn’t revealed any kind of highlight regarding the device until now. However, we got our first look at the major highlight of the series, thanks to the certification site.

This morning, the upcoming ASUS ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro (maybe Ultimate) have been listed on 3C Certification, in which both devices got certified with a 65W charger. The first device carries the model number “ASUS_AI2201_A,” which is the standard version of ROG Phone 6. The following device consists of a model number “ASUS_AI2201_B,” which belongs to the ROG Phone 6 Pro or Ultimate version.

ASUS_AI2201_A

Both devices use the same charger with the model number “A320R-200325C-CN.” It is the Chinese version of ASUS’s 65W (5V-20V/3.25A) PD charger, which also supports charging at 27W (9V/3A), 36W (12V/3A), and 45W (15V/3A). The same charger was also used with ASUS ROG Phone 5 models.

As per rumors, both models will feature the same 6000mAh battery used in past models along with 65W charging. Moreover, the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus chipset is one of the major highlights of this series. The chipset is based on TSMC 4nm manufacturing process and has the same cores as in the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 standard, but the frequency of each core is now increased for a significant change in performance.

The rumors also suggested that the device would feature a 165Hz refresh rate display, an improved version of dual speakers, and a more robust heat dissipation system.

It is expected that before the launch, we might be able to see a few more leaks of the upcoming ROG Phone 6 Gaming series.

Harris Zahid

I'm a tech enthusiast, writer at MyFixGuide.com, having a great Interest in Auto Industry And All Communications Related Equipment. Photography and Gaming are my Hobby too. For any query, contact me at h.zahid@myfixguide.com.

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