The latest third-generation Snapdragon mobile platform, also known as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, will be featured in Asus’ upcoming ROG gaming phone, which is believed to be the ROG Phone 8 series, as officially announced by the company.

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The release date of the ROG Phone 8 series remains uncertain, with the possibility of debuting either this year or early next year.

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, included in the ROG Phone 8 series, will provide a 30 percent increase in CPU performance, 20 percent better energy efficiency, a 25 percent boost in GPU performance, and a notable 98 percent improvement in AI capability compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-powered ROG Phone 7 series.

The specifications of the ROG Phone 8 series have not been disclosed yet. However, a recent report has unveiled a potential lineup consisting of the ROG Phone 8, ROG Phone 8 Pro, and ROG Phone 8 Ultimate.

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Each of these models possesses a distinct model number. For instance, the global market variant is identified as AI2401_A, while the China or India market variant is labeled as AI2401_C. Additionally, the ROG Phone 8 Pro variant is designated as AI2401_E.

In September, a phone from ASUS, identified by the model number ASUS_AI2401_A and speculated to be the ROG Phone 8, was featured in the Geekbench benchmark library.

The device attained a single-core score of 2213 points and a multi-core score of 7048 points on the benchmarking platform.

The listing disclosed that the smartphone, powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, will be equipped with 16 GB of RAM and will run on Android 14, with a layer of ROG UI on the surface.

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