Asus denounced a ROG Phone behind in June, yet a association has kept still on accessibility for a U.S. market. Based on a provoke from Asus’ central Twitter account, that’s about to change really soon.
According to a tweet progressing in a week from Asus’ North American team, it looks as yet a association will announce pricing and accessibility for a gaming handset on Oct. 18. The eventuality will be hold in New York, and a striking posted clearly shows a behind of an ROG Phone — withdrawal small doubt as to what we’ll hear.
We went hands-on with a ROG Phone when it was primarily launched, and came divided tender with a phone’s 90Hz AMOLED arrangement and overclocked Snapdragon 845 processor. The device boasts dual USB Type-C ports, RGB lighting with support for Asus’ Aura Sync height and harmony with a ton of accessories. Owners will be means to shave a fan to their device for additional cooling, or even opt for a clamshell-style box that houses a second screen.
Other specs embody a 4,000 mAh battery, a dual-lens back camera that combines a primary 12-megapixel sensor with an 8-MP one for wide-angle shots, 8GB of RAM and adult to 512GB of storage. The ROG Phone also retains a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and a microSD label container for adult to a terabyte of sum storage. And for those moments when disaster only isn’t an option, a bespoke ‘X’ program mode diverts all complement resources toward a diversion your personification and divided from credentials processes.
While we entirely design a ROG Phone to be announced for sale by Asus’ website and potentially a conduit or two, it stays to be seen privately that networks will get a device. At any rate, a ROG Phone should mountain a challenging enemy to a arriving and oft-teased Razer Phone 2, that will be denounced a small some-more than a week before Asus’ event, on Oct. 10.
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