The ROG Phone 6 series was first introduced by Asus in July, and by the end of the month, the Pro phone had seized the top spot in AnTuTu. Another version has since surfaced online with somewhat improved benchmark scores, and according to rumours, the new gadget will go by the name ROG Phone 6D and be powered by a Dimensity 9000+.
Despite being unofficial and an anomaly in AnTuTu terms, the ASUS AI2203 D phone’s score of 1,146,594 is nevertheless 2-3% higher than the identical ROG Phone 6 Pro, which runs on a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
More significantly, the CPU outperformed every Qualcomm chipset ever measured by around 15%, scoring over 290,000. The aggregate of four important factors—the CPU, GPU, memory, and user interface and experience—makes up the final score.
Asus has yet to announce any new ROG phones but given that the 6D has already received 3C and 65W fast charging certification, we anticipate its release shortly.