ASUS uncovers the ROG Phone | A gaming phone with a 3D vapor-chamber cooling system | Key specs - Insight Trending

ASUS uncovers the ROG Phone | A gaming phone with a 3D vapor-chamber cooling system | Key specs

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What began as a test to convey gaming highlights to the versatile world has now turned into an all out pattern. A year ago, Razer presented a phone with lead specs and a high revive rate show. At that point, Nubia raised the stakes by adding RGB lighting to its Red Magic handset. Furthermore, now Asus has finished them all with the fiercely yearning yet just named ROG Phone.

Wearing a 6-inch 90Hz AMOLED screen and a gleaming ROG logo with adaptable lighting in the back, this forthcoming phone has the feature highlights from its forerunners secured, and Asus didn't stop there. The organization packed in vapor-chamber cooling , three USB-C ports, and exceptional touch-sensitive sides that can work as shoulder buttons while in landscape mode, or used to turn on the phone gaming mode by just crushing the gadget.

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Within, Asus extinguished the gadget's specs with 8GB of RAM, up to 512GB of capacity, a big 4,000 mAH battery, and an overclocked Snapdragon 845 chip that can hit 2.96Ghz rather than Qualcomm's standard 2.8Ghz max. The ROG Phone even backings 802.11 WiGig availability, so you can stream gameplay remotely to an adjacent TV or screen utilizing Asus' partner WiGig Dock. 

When taking a gander at the phone in portrait mode, there's one USB-C port (and a convenient earphone jack) down at the base for average stuff like charging and data exchange. In any case, at that point on the sides of the gadget, there are two more USB-C ports so when you're gaming, you can hold the phone in landscape mode and still have some place to connect to a power link without botching up your grasp.

Asus has made three more gaming additional items for the ROG Phone.The first is a cooling dock with an implicit fan that appends to the base and back of the phone to help keep your hands dry and temps down amid the most exceptional portable gaming sessions. At that point there's a couple of gamepads that slip onto either side of the phone and transform the gadget into something like a small Nintendo Switch.And then there is Asus' TwinView Dock, which includes additional battery limit and a whole second screen to the ROG Phone.

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Key specs

  • 2.96GHz specially-binned Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 845 Mobile Platform with 10nm, 64-bit Octa-core Processor
  • 6-inch 18:9 (2160 by 1080) 90Hz, 1ms response time AMOLED display 550nits brightness
  • 4,000 mAh battery
  • Main: 12MP + 8MP (120° wide-angle) Front: 8MP
  • 90Hz refresh rate with 1ms pixel response time
  • AirTrigger virtual shoulder buttons
  • Side USB-C port for charging while horizontal gaming
  • Gaming HDR support

To put it plainly, the ROG Phone may very well be the most powerful  Android phone on the planet.

So notwithstanding not having an official price or release date. Asus says it’s hoping for a release sometime in the third quarter of this year

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