A new device that’s believed to be the ASUS ROG Phone 3 has been reported by Antutu of having the highest score on its benchmarking tool so far.
With a score of 646,310 points, the upcoming successor to the ROG Phone 2 (and Strix Edition) surpasses current Antutu topnotchers, the OPPO Find X2 Pro (604,123 points) and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro (590,838 points).
All three phones are powered by Snapdragon 865, but the one in ROG Phone 3 will reportedly be overclocked to reach 3.1GHz, hence the highest Antutu score yet. Without overclocking, the Snapdragon 865 can reach up to 2.84GHz clock speed only.
The ROG Phone 3 has also been spotted in a TENAA listing. Notable upgrades to the phone include an increased RAM, now at 16GB, and a bigger battery at 6000mAh. The camera is also expected to get an upgrade, from 48 megapixels to 64 megapixels.