Asus ROG Phone 3 gets Bluetooth certified ahead of its July release
Asus' upcoming gaming beast, the ROG Phone 3, has received its Bluetooth certification today. This is just the latest in a number of such official certifications that are required for launch - which, by the way, should happen next month.
Before this, the ROG Phone 3 was also certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance and EEC. It's also been spotted in benchmark databases. Some rumors claim it will arrive sporting the yet-unannounced Snapdragon 865+ chipset, but that remains to be seen. What's clear is that there will be a version with 8GB of RAM, and one with 12GB.
According to the Bluetooth SIG's certification documents, the ROG Phone 3 will have Bluetooth 5.1 on board. That's the latest version, so this is no surprise.
Don't know why even now on the 3rd iteration we still don't have all the bands needed for use in the US with US carriers. Perhaps sales would be better if the phone could actually be used as a phone. Simply being able to use it as a gaming device for...
- 30 Jun 2020
Right now hardware is way ahead compared to quality of games coming out on mobile. I hope more Developers make console quality games or at least port them over to mobile cause this needs to happen or gaming phones will be pointless
- 29 Jun 2020
Is there any smartphone that has been get certified after of its released? lol that title. XD
- 29 Jun 2020