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If you're looking for a gaming phone, but don't want to break the bank, you can get the original ASUS ROG Gaming Phone for just $350 with a hot eBay deal. And in case you were wondering, you'll be purchasing from a highly reputable seller, as this is Microsoft's eBay Outlet Store. The original ROG Gaming Phone – read our review here -- debuted last year priced at a staggering $899, so this represents a hefty discount off the original price. While the ROG Phone might not come packing the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/855+ SoC, it's no slouch with its older Snapdragon 845. Likewise, the ROG Phone uses a 90Hz display, while its successor -- the ROG Phone II -- rocks a... Read more...
After a week of teasing and a few leaks, ASUS is getting officially official with its ROG Phone II gaming phone. As ASUS confirmed last week, the ROG Phone II is powered by Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 855 Plus, which a binned version of the existing Snapdragon 855 with higher CPU and GPU clocks. The Snapdragon 855 Plus will primarily be used in gaming phones -- like the ROG Phone II -- and features CPU (single "Prime" core) and GPU clocks that have been boosted by 4 percent and 15 percent respectively. So not only will the ROG Phone II have a performance advantage over its predecessor, which featured a Snapdragon 845, but it should also outperform all previously released... Read more...
It was inevitable that ASUS would bring a second-generation of its ROG Phone to market, but the company has been rather tight-lipped about what features the device will offer -- until now. In a Weibo post, the company confirmed a big specs upgrade for the upcoming ROG Phone 2 that concerns its display.  ASUS ROG Phone The ROG Phone 2 has now been confirmed to feature a 120Hz display. The original ROG Phone came with a 90Hz display (read the HotHardware review here), which placed it a step above the vast majority of smartphones which featured 60Hz displays upon its release. At this time, only the recently launched OnePlus 7 Pro matches the first-generation ROG Phone’s 90Hz... Read more...
We learned late last week that ASUS has penciled in October 18th for a U.S. launch event for the ROG Phone. Today, ASUS confirmed that the ROG Phone will be available for preorder online on that date from the ASUS Store, Amazon, and the Microsoft Store. The company also revealed that the phone will not come cheap -- it will be priced from $899. So, what does $899 get you? Well, the ROG Phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor that is speed binned at 2.96GHz. The processor is paired with 8GB of RAM, and customers can opt for either 128GB or 512GB of internal storage. If that isn't enough storage for you, ASUS has also partnered with Google to provide customers... Read more...
Android may have already celebrated its 10th birthday, but the idea of an Android handset built specifically for gaming has only recently started to take hold. It's a relatively new market, and ASUS is planning to jump into feet first with its upcoming ROG Phone, which appears to be headed for an October 18 release the United States. ASUS has already provided a bunch of details about its ROG Phone, a handset it's billing as a "game changer." However, it never said when the phone will come out or how much it will cost. Now it's seemingly answered one of the questions with a Twitter post pointing to a launch event in New York in a couple of weeks. 👀 pic.twitter.com/g7ro8Q84pp — ASUS North... Read more...
After plenty of teasing, ASUS ROG has finally pulled the wraps off its first gaming phone. The new ROG Phone will be going head-to-head with established entries like the Razer Phone and brings with it Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 845 flagship SoC. Given that it appeals to gamers, the octa-core Snapdragon 845, which is binned at 2.96GHz, is tamed by a GameCool vapor chamber cooling system. ASUS even includes a [detachable] AeroActive Cooler to keep the processor from cooking itself to death during intense gaming sessions. 8GB of RAM are included along with either 128GB or a whopping 512GB of internal storage. Your window into the gaming world is through a 6-inch... Read more...