Asus released the Asus ROG 6D. How does it compare to ROG Phone 6?
Asus is the first firm that comes to mind when talking about gaming smartphones, ahead of Nubian, Black Shark, and others. Asus ROG Phones offer best-in-class capabilities for smartphone gaming, and the firm unveiled ROG Phone 6D this week.
New ROG Phone 6D boasts a new chipset. What’s new with the ROG 6D? How is it different from the ROG Phone 6? Here’s the scoop.
Design, Display, Durability
Rog Phone 6D and 6 have identical displays, designs, and durability. Both phones sport a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with HDR10+ and 1200nits of peak brightness. Moreover Both phones use a 1080 x 2448 Corning Gorilla Glass Victus display with an 82.2% screen-to-body ratio.
Both phones are made of Gorilla Glass Victus, Gorilla Glass 3, and metal. Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual standby) and IPX4 waterproof. Both smartphones have the identical volume, power, game, and back buttons. Same with cameras. Compare the phones’ cameras below.
None of these phones have cameras, thus photo and video quality aren’t a consideration. Both phones have identical camera sensors and functions.
50MP + 13MP + 5MP and 12MP front camera are on the Asus Rog Phone 6D and 6D. Both phones have the same aperture (f/1.9), pixel (1.0m), and focal length. Both phones include 50MP Sony IMX766 cameras. Ultra-wide, macro, and front cameras are identical.
LED flash, HDR, panoramic, PDAF, [email protected], [email protected]/60/120fps, [email protected]/60/120/240fps, [email protected]; gyro-EIS, night mode, portrait, etc. are available on both phones. The chipset and storage options are big differences.
This Asus Rog 6D vs. Rog Phone 6 comparison shows that both phones are similar but have key differences. Chipset changes affect CPU cores and GPU performance. The Rog Phone 6D boasts a quicker CPU and GPU than the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
Rog Pone 6D now has 12 or 16GB RAM and 256GB storage. Rog Phone 6 features 8, 12, or 16GB RAM and 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage. Both phones have similar characteristics.
ASUS did well with both devices, so the choice comes down to Qualcomm or MediaTek. Qualcomm’s high-end hardware drives the top Android phones. If you appreciate MediaTek’s Dimensity series and want something different, the ROG Phone 6D Ultimate is for you.
The ROG Phone 6D Ultimate won’t be available in North America since the Dimensity 9000+ lacks the necessary bands. In the U.S. and Canada, only the Qualcomm version is available, while the MediaTek version is headed to the U.K.
If you’re interested in AeroActive Cooler and MediaTek, you’ll like the ROG Phone 6D Ultimate. ROG Phone 6 Pro is the obvious pick if you don’t need extras.