The ASUS ROG Phone 5 is scheduled to start on 10 March 2021 and will be the company's latest flamingos. And now Geekbench has just discovered its large 18GB of RAM.
According to a MySmartPrice report, the ROG Phone 5 was found on the popular benchmarking platform and revealed its huge RAM range. At present, the device is expected to start on several markets worldwide, with pre-order orders already starting in China, via JD.com. However, no details on the upcoming Gaming Smartphone are given in the listing on the Chinese website.
However, the ROG Phone 5 is known to have Snapdragon 888 SoC's high-end Qualcomm. Looking at the scores, in single-core, and in several core tests, the device scores 1.113 points. Moreover, the list also indicates that 18 GB of RAM will be housed under the hood and that Android 11 OS is operating outside the box. The device sports an FHD + 6.7" display, with at least 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, as reported in previous reports.
In addition, a 16GB RAM version and 256GB of internal storage are planned to be introduced. A wide battery pack of 6,000 mAh is supplied with the ASUS ROG Phone 5. Unfortunately, we have to wait until an announcement of the official company is sure to be made. Keep tuned so for more, because when additional information is available we will cover the launch and give updates.