Asus ROG Phone 6D Ultimate loved less than Snapdragon model. The results are from last week’s poll asking whether you’d be satisfied with having an ROG Phone 6D equipped with a Dimensity 9000+ processor. The Rog Phone 6 Pro, powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU, is far more popular than the Dimensity-enabled alternative.
What’s worse for the newcomer is that “I don’t want a gaming phone at all” was the second most popular choice. It’s not all bad news for MediaTek ROG; 20% of users stated they want the Ultimate, while another 8% said they’d settle with the plain vanilla ROG Phone 6D.
Asus ROG Phone 6D Ultimate loved less than Snapdragon model
Considering ROG phones were never intended for mass consumption, simply convincing them to switch would result in explosive growth. As we noticed in our evaluation of the ROG Phone 6D Ultimate, the device has several positive qualities.
The Dimensity 9000+’s performance is enhanced to near-Snapdragon levels by including an AeroActive Portal. And although it has a shorter battery life than the Snapdragon variant, it’s still quite respectable.