Having gone through a thorny path, MediaTek was able to impose direct competition on Qualcomm’s top chipsets this year by releasing the Dimensity 9000 line, and then the Dimensity 9000+. The chips turned out to be so attractive that ASUS decided to put one of them in the basis of its ROG-series gaming phone. According to a source at Digital Chat Station, the company is building the ROG Phone 6D, a MediaTek version of the ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro that were released in July. The device will be based on the fresh Dimensity 9000+, while other characteristics will remain the same: a 165-Hz Samsung-made screen, a capacious 6000 mAh battery with 65-Watt charging, and a main camera with a 50-megapixel IMX766 sensor. The source calls the device a killer version of the original ROG Phone 6, which may be a hint of a lower price tag. The release date for ASUS ROG Phone 6D has not yet been mentioned.
ASUS ROG Phone 6
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