The main significant component of the upcoming gaming phone Asus ROG Phone 2 has been affirmed. Asus has revealed that the ROG Phone 2 will highlight a 120Hz display. This information comes through a Weibo poster for Asus’ association with a Chinese fighting game called Under the One Man, in view of the comic book franchise of a similar name, published by Tencent Games. Asus’ ROG team has effectively affirmed that the successor to its ROG Phone would be released in July, and had likewise announced its partnership with Tencent Games for future gadgets and substance.
In a post on Weibo, the company affirms that the Asus ROG Phone 2 will have
- a 120Hz display, which it claims will be perfect for the upcoming Under the One Man game. It goes on to say that a 120Hz display is appropriate for fighting games, giving players an “increasingly fragile and invigorating battling knowledge”. It included that “increasingly popular 120Hz games” are just around the corner. The collaboration between Tencent Games and Asus joint effort will bring games that are upgraded for ROG Phone 2, is something we knew from earlier.
To recall, it was recently reported that ROG Phone 2 would be propelled in July. Asus’ tie-up with Tencent had likewise been reported before This could help the company drive up offers of the Asus ROG Phone arrangement, which have not been extraordinary up until this point.
It’s worth noting that the recently launched OnePlus 7 Pro has a 90Hz display and the Razer Phone 2 launched a year ago has a 120Hz display. It’ll be fascinating to see how the upcoming ROG Phone 2 passages against these smartphones, aside from other gaming phones, for example, the Black Shark 2.
The first Asus ROG Phone was launched in India in November 2018 at a cost of Rs. 69,999. We praised its performance and battery life, however, said we weren’t excessively satisfied with ROG UI — the interface the phone uses over Android. The ROG Phone has a pleasant gaming mode that devotes more of the phone’s resources to the game you’re playing, which could lead to better execution. We could hope to see this in the Asus ROG Phone 2.
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Another fascinating component of the ROG Phone was the fact that Asus had singled out Snapdragon 845 SoCs and timed them to 2.96GHz to convey better performance. There’s a decent chance that the ROG Phone 2 ships with a Snapdragon 855 SoC and it will be intriguing to see whether Asus overclocks it before delivery the phone.