We also get to see the main screen for a brief second which confirms the new ROG Phone comes with symmetrical top and bottom bezels like on the ROG Phone 3 though they appear to be a tad slimmer this time around. The live image also shows a "05" on the back panel, which has led to speculations that Asus may skip the ROG Phone 4 name and name its next gaming smartphone the Asus ROG Phone 5. A live photo of an upcoming ROG Phone has been leaked online, which hints at a re-imagined back panel of the upcoming ROG Phone. There is an ROG logo at the bottom left corner, taking away from Asus's center-placed RGB logo. Notably, the leaked image shows the back of the upcoming Asus ROG Phone 3 successor. There is a white stripe in the middle of the rear panel. While we are not sure what it is, we speculate that it is the button that would activate gaming mode. Further, there is a triple-camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary lens. We can expect the ROG Phone 5 to be just as bulky and hefty with support for additional gaming accessories.
According to Digital Chat Station, the ROG Phone 4 will support 60W or 65W fast (wired) charging.
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While there is no information on when Asus is planning to release the next phone in the ROG Phone lineup, it is expected to be launched in China by March-end or early April.