ASUS ROG Phone 7 gains NBTC certification prior to April 13 debut

ASUS is set to launch the ASUS ROG Phone 7 series smartphones on April 13, and ahead of the official launch, new details about the lineup have been revealed through various certifications and leaks. Recently, the ROG Phone 7 received NBTC certification, which confirmed its model number and moniker. While the certification did not reveal any specifications, previous leaks suggest that the phone will feature a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution, a 165Hz refresh rate, and HDR10+ support. It is expected to be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC with up to 16GB of RAM and run Android 13 out of the box. The device is also rumoured to sport a triple-camera setup with a 50 MP main camera and a 6,000mAh battery with 65W fast charging support. Additionally, leaked live images revealed that the phone will feature a 3.5mm audio jack, USB Type-C port, and dual speakers. More details on the pricing, availability, and official specifications of the ASUS ROG Phone 7 will be revealed during the launch event. 

ASUS ROG Phone 7 gains NBTC certification prior to April 13 debut

Feature Specification
Model number ASUS_AI2205_C
Display 6.78-inch AMOLED with Full HD+ resolution, 165Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ support, and 720Hz touch sampling rate
Processor Octa-core Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC
RAM Up to 16GB
Operating System Android 13
Rear Camera Triple-camera setup: 50MP (Sony IMX766 sensor) primary camera, 13MP ultra-wide camera, and 5MP macro sensors
Front Camera 13MP camera
Battery 6,000mAh with 65W fast charging support
Audio 3.5mm audio jack and dual speakers
Certification NBTC certified

 

ASUS ROG Phone 7 gains NBTC certification prior to April 13 debut

Please note that the information provided in the article is based on leaks and certifications, and the actual specifications of the device may differ from the ones mentioned here. We will have to wait for the official launch on April 13 to confirm the features of the ASUS ROG Phone 7. 

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