Asus ROG Phone specs

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  1. 2SHY

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    Asus ROG Phone specs



    Processor:
    speed-binned 2.96GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
    GPU: Qualcomm Adreno 630
    Display: 6-inch, 18:9 (2160 x 1080) OLED panel with 90Hz refresh rate and 1ms pixel response time; includes HDR support and 108.6 percent DCI-P3 color gamut coverage
    Dimensions: 158.8mm x 76.2mm x 8.6mm
    Weight: 200g
    Battery: 4,000mAh
    Memory: 8GB RAM
    Storage: 128GB or 512GB
    Wireless: 802.11ad Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5
    Headphone jack: Yes
    Audio: Dual front-facing stereo speakers; 24-bit/192kHz DAC; DTS Headphone:X 7.1-channel virtual surround sound; AptX support

    While it has nice specs and gaming focused add ons. There are not many android games to push it.

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  2. magius

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    I wonder whether this will spur any of the other gaming brands to put out a phone. Alienware phone ftw!

    The specs on this phone is pretty crazy, especially the ram - thats pretty much what most laptop has. Also, the screen might be a key selling point, as I've only seen the resolution get higher and higher, but haven't seen any increase in refresh rate.

    Hopefully get to see some reviews of this later.
     
  3. Ratzz

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    But are the cameras any good? ;) I'm guessing not, since they don't even mention whether it even has cameras.

    I'm seeing the gamers buy bigger and better monitors. Is there really a market for a serious gaming phone, especially given its Android and there are no Android games that even stress the current phones AFAIK? Is this just a super fast Nintendo with phone and text capability and a less advanced game library?

    I bet the extra bits cost a mint too.
     
  4. Ravennoir

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    Just saw this video about it



    Its a bit over the top (the video that is), the theres some interesting things with the phone

    I like the ideas of the docks and extras, but I do have consoles\PCs for gaming so i dont think its really aimed for me :)
     
  5. hippyhippy

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    I like the screen.. But .. Whats the point of the os and other apps don't take advantage of it
     
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    active cooling finally! no more throttling
     
  8. hawpinghaxbag

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    I like it, especially the battery and audio/speaker setup
     
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    4,000mAh is nice, but whats that equate to in runtime?
     
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    Wow, this is pretty damn nice. The dock is a cool idea... pity it'd be well out of my budget :(
     

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