ASUS ROG Phone 7 line is approved by Anatel and arrives in Brazil soon

ASUS may soon launch its newest pair of gaming smartphones in Brazil. As discovered by the website insert card, the duo ROG Phone 7 and ROG Phone 7 Ultimate has already been approved by Anatel, being identified by the model numbers ASUS_AI2201_C and ASUS_AI2201_D, respectively. The certification reinforces the debut of the pair in Brazil with the ROG Phone 7 Ultimate being called the ROG Phone 7 Pro.

Originally launched in April, the ASUS gaming smartphone duo shares the same high-performance specs with Snapdraogn 8 Gen 2 chip, up to 16GB of LPDDR5X memory, up to 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage, massive 6,000mAh battery and fast charging of 65 W.

With great emphasis on the screen, both models use the same 6.78-inch AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, variable refresh rate up to 165 Hz with touch sampling rate up to 720 Hz and maximum brightness of 1,500 nits.

The devices also offer state-of-the-art connectivity with support for 5G networks, Wi-Fi 7 Tri-Band, Bluetooth 5.3 and NFC, with a P2 connector for headphones and stereo audio with Dirac spatial sound.

The differences between the models are in the amount of internal memory and the back cover, with ROG Phone 7 available in White and Black without a rear screen and ROG Phone 7 Ultimate available only in White with a rear OLED screen and opening for AeroCooling cooling.

ROG Phone 7 and ROG Ally combo announcement?

Last year, the ROG Phone 6 line arrived in Brazil in November with prices of up to R$9,999. For this year, there is a possibility that ASUS will keep the launch window for the new generation. If it weren’t for one detail: the ROG Ally.

The Steam Deck’s most powerful rival has a confirmed launch in Brazil and, with BGS 2023 taking place in October, there is a chance that both the ROG Ally and the ROG Phone 7 will be presented during the biggest gaming conference in the country.

If these are the company’s plans, more details should be released as we approach the last quarter of the year.

Source: Insert sheet

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