If you are not in the loop already, we are currently waiting on a new ROG Phone 6D Ultimate scheduled to arrive on September 19. By all accounts it will be joined by a vanilla version, which, in typical Asus fashion, we expect to be identical to the Ultimate, sans memory options. This was recently confirmed once again by a social network post from a reputable industry source.
The post seems to be referring to the vanilla ROG Phone 6D or perhaps both phones interchangeably. It reaffirms that the MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chipset will power both phones – a fact already teased by Asus. The phones will also share a 6.78-inch AMOLED display, with an anticipated 165Hz refresh rate. Also on the hardware list – a Sony IMX 766 50MP main camera and a 6,000 mAh battery split into two cells with 65W charging support.
Beyond a chipset swap from Qualcomm to MediaTek, the new Dimensity ROG Phone 6D models will also feature what Asus is calling the best cooling solution ever on a ROG Phone. The leak mentions that as well, talking highly of the setup whatever it turns out to be.
Asus ROG Phone 6D • Asus ROG Phone 6D Ultimate
Last but not least, it is also worth noting that rumors have also been hinting at a hefty overclock on the Cortex-X2 core inside the Dimensity 9000+ chipset in the new ROG Phone 6D phones. Presumably thanks to its advanced thermal solution. We’re looking forward to more info on that front too.