ASUS ROG PHONE II: The Cell Phone With The Best Screen And Battery On The Market

The manufacturer ASUS Republic of Gamers officially presented the new Asus ROG Phone II, a powerful Smartphone that, in addition to seeking to seduce the public fan of video games, offers different functions that allow it to compete equally with the top-of-the-range models of its competitors.

Among its differentials, the ROG Phone II stands out for having the first 6.59-inch screen with 6-bit AMOLED HDR technology and a sweeping of 120 Hz / 1 ms AMOLED 10 bits of the world, which offers Delta colour accuracy -E <1 and a unique tactile response for a truly extraordinary visual experience. The screen has a resolution of 2340 pixels (p) x 1080p, an aspect ratio of 19.5: 9, and Corning Gorilla Glass 6 technology.

This is the second generation of this brand, but it is also the first gamer phone in the world to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus octa-core processor of 7 nm, at 64 bits, which has a speed of up to 2.96 GHz.

The graphics are provided by the new Adreno 640 GPU with a speed of up to 675 MHz, underpinned by a GameCool II 3D steam chamber cooling system.

It has Android 9 Pie operating system, 12 GB RAM, and 512 GB ROM internal storage, with high capacity UFS 3.0.

It offers connectivity with 4G LTE Cat 18 download speeds of up to 1.2Gbps and wireless speeds of up to 4.6Gbps with WiGig (802.11 ad).

The terminal has a powerful 6000 mAh battery and 30-watt ultra-fast charging support via the ROG HyperCharge charger. Also, it has a USB Type-C type charging port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

It has a dual rear camera with 48 megapixel (MP) and 13MP (ultra-wide-angle 125 degrees) sensors. The front camera, meanwhile, is 24MP.

Price and availability


It is still unknown what the specific price of the device will be. The first version of the ROG Phone was released for a price exceeding 900 Euros.

Although the firm did not confirm it officially, if the value of the first generation is taken into account, it is estimated that the price of this new terminal will also be around 900 Euros, that is, about 75,000 Indian Rupees (Approx).

On the other hand, the date of arrival of the terminal to India is also unknown.

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Stanley Joseph
A Techie Lover and a cyberjunkie who likes to live life on the edge. Keeping track of Tech-related events around the world is my passion, addiction, and would like to take it up as a profession.


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