The new Asus cell phone, the ROG Phone II, comes recharged and is that, among its main features that promise a super powerful performance highlights its 12GB RAM, combined with the latest Snapdragon mobile processor, the 855. In addition, it has remarkable improvements such as the integration of a 6,000 milliampere battery.
Its predecessor, the ROG Phone, was one of the star cell phones in terms of video games. Its performance and battery are features to be applauded. However, the latter is undoubtedly attracting a lot of attention from gamers and let’s see why.
ROG Phone II: the first Snapdragon 855 Plus cell phone
That’s right, Asus proudly presents the first cell phone that integrates a Snapdragon 855 Plus . This is the latest processor presented by Qualcomm, which is also rumored to integrate new devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Having this processor means better speed, graphics power, energy efficiency and, best of all, artificial intelligence.
In addition to the above, there are other components that improve the performance of the ROG Phone II . For example, the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), a Qualcomm Adreno 640 and 512 GB internal storage memory.
But, this is what gamers are most interested in.
The ROG Phone II has triggers on its side, which perform the functions of the ‘L’ and ‘R’ keys found, for example, on PlayStation controllers.
These sensors, Asus has called the AirTrigger II, and its advantage is that while a player with a conventional cell phone has two fingers to interact, with this and thanks to the triggers can use four fingers, two for the screen and the other two for the AirTrigger.
In addition, this device has two charging ports, the first one at the bottom of the screen just like any other mobile, but the additional one is on one of its sides.
The above has a purpose, after many hours of gameplay obviously the phone will ask for battery recharging, and the provision of the latter port allows the player to continue playing without the cable inconvenience.
The ROG Phone II integrates two speakers on the front, so gamers can listen to stereo sounds while gaming.
Its operating system is Android Pie, and it has a 10-bit Amoled HDR display, 24-megapixel front camera and two rear cameras of 48 and 13 megapixels with a wide angle that reaches 125 degrees.
Finally, we are waiting for the company to confirm the price at which this device will go on sale.
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