The ROG Phone II, which will be powered by the Snapdragon 855+ SoC, will boot to Android Pie out of the box and flaunt a 6.59" OLED display of 2340x1080px resolution. It will come with 8GB or 12GB RAM and will be offered in three storage options - 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB.
The images included in the TENAA listing reveal that the phone's design will be very similar to its predecessor - the original ROG Phone. However, the old one had a fingerprint scanner on its back, which is not present here, implying that it's embedded in the 120Hz OLED screen.
The ROG Phone II will sport a 24MP selfie camera on the front and boast a dual camera setup at the back with a 48MP main sensor. Resolution of the secondary camera in the setup is currently unknown, though.
Lastly, the ROG Phone II will ship with a massive 5,800 mAh battery which has been previously confirmed to support 30W fast charging.
We will know more about the ROG Phone II including its pricing and availability next week.
Source (in Chinese)
Man there are barelly some 60Hz games so 90 is more than enough. And the 5000 or 5800 mAh you know how it sounds??? S10+ 5G have 4500 and XS Max have 3100 mAh but the endurance is likely the same. So this 800 mAh difference wont break a hole i...
Well, Nubia's screen is "only" 90hz vs 120hz of the ROG and its battary is 5000ma/h vs the ROG's 5800 is this worth a price bump? to every man his own...
Need to be optimized through software in my opinion but best phone yet for gaming for sure