ASUS ROG Ally X specs have been leaked, will feature a 24GB memory and a massive battery capacity

The wait is over! Here are the ROG Ally X's official specs. The same Ryzen Z1 Extreme APU with 8 Zen4 cores and 12 RDNA3 compute units will be included in the revised design. Additionally, the gadget will also still have the same 7-inch Full-HD screen that has a brightness of 500 nits and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.


What's New?​

What's new about the ASUS ROG Ally X is the physical layout, which has been modified to make room for new components, like the bigger battery. The modest 40 Wh battery size of the 2023 Ally was one of the most frequently brought up problems. ASUS has hinted that the upcoming version will have longer battery life. It is now confirmed that the next model will include a battery that doubles its capacity, an 80 Wh battery.

Also included in the package with the Ally X is 24GB of LPDDR5(X)-7500 memory. With 16GB of LPDDR5-6400 memory in the current (2023) model, the X version will have 8GB more capacity and greater bandwidth. This will match the Legion Go's enhanced bandwidth, which will surely impact integrated GPU performance.


The new portable, according to ASUS, would weigh 70 grams more (678 grams) and have a somewhat larger profile (36.7 mm against 32.4 mm). The external GPU's ROG XG Mobile port has been swapped out for USB4 Type-C, which supports Power Delivery 3.0 and DisplayPort 1.4.

ASUS ROG Ally X Specs​

  • APU: AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme
  • Screen: 7" FHD 120Hz
  • Battery: 80Wh
  • SSD: M.2 2280 Support
  • Memory: 24GB LPDDR5X-7500
  • Weight: 678g
  • Size: 28.0 x 11.4 x 3.7cm
  • Chassis: Black shell with more ergonomic design
  • Connector: USB3.2 Type-C Gen2 + USB4 Type-C
ASUS has improved the cooling design of the fan, making it 23% smaller and with 50% thinner fins. There has been a 10% improvement in airflow notwithstanding those modifications. Additionally, according to ASUS, ROG Ally has a "Precision D-Pad" with a 5 million cycle rating.


Computex will see the formal unveiling of the new Ally. Since ASUS has not officially disclosed the price, the $799 (PHP 46,451) suggested price is currently only a rumor.