ASUS ROG Phone 5 Spotted at Geekbench with Snapdragon 888 and 16GB RAM

The ASUS ROG Phone 5 is expected to launch soon as it has recently been certified by the TENAA and 3C authorities. Today’s smartphones were discovered in Geekbench (via). It appears that the company is performing trials on the device to see how it can be improved.

The ASUS I005DA (model number of ASUS ROG Phone 5) smartphone has been observed to run on a Snapdragon 888 mobile platform on Geekbench. The SoC is part of a computing system with 16 GB of RAM. The phone appears to be running Android 11 OS. Single-core and multi-core performance scores of the Galaxy Note 3 on Geekbench. The 8 GB RAM variant of the device was seen in the Geekbench database in December.

The official listing of the phone on TENAA revealed that it measures 172.834 x 77.252 x 10.29mm and holds a massive 6.78-inch display. It could be equipped with an OLED panel with low persistence technology. The Phone 5 is backed by a dual-voltage, dual-cell, 6,000mAh battery. Its 3C rating revealed it could come with support for charging 65W rapid.

What has been shown so far in images of the upcoming ASUS ROG Phone 5 suggest that it is fitted with a supplementary display on the back. The images suggest that the device will have a partnership with Tencent Games to offer optimized gaming on the device. It is anticipated that a 64-megapixel triple camera system will be featured.

ASUS has not yet disclosed the availability date of the ROG Phone 5. Phone manufacturers are expected to launch a number of new devices before the Chinese New Year, which falls on February 12. Therefore, it is likely to debut before the end of this month or at the beginning of March.