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I can never think of another smartphone this year that can topple what the ROG Phone 2 can do. For starters, it is a smartphone that’s made specifically for gaming; but more than that, it is a smartphone that is built for gamers. There’s a difference, and allow me to explain everything with this review of the ASUS ROG Phone 2. A Smartphone Built For Gamers The ROG Phone 2 got through various iterations before full production. I posted a video about it a few months back, and boy was I surprised with the many iteration journeys it had before it finally went on sale this October 2019. It will take several words for me to describe the ROG Phone 2, but let me save you some time by giving you a summary. Every bit of this gaming phone’s physical aspects has a function associated to it. From the placement…

The last time we saw a proper Android device that was heavily positioned for gaming was NVIDIA Shield. NVIDIA was somehow successful in presenting it to their audience distinctly for gaming, but was marred with hardware issues at post launch. It was, however, revolutionary at that time as NVIDIA set it up as something that you can connect to your PC and play your PC games with it, along with device-exclusive Android games on the side. Fast-forward to 2018, ASUS introduced the ASUS ROG Phone – a gaming smartphone with near-PC or console specifications, but was positioned for hardcore mobile gamers. ASUS was aware that they directly compete with console-giants like Nintendo and Sony, so they took it differently by introducing the ROG Phone as the “best” smartphone that users can use to play their favorite games. ASUS also introduced several accessories that enhance the gaming experience of users: Aero…

The first ASUS ROG Phone pioneered a lot of new features when it was launched last year. During the time it was launched, it was the world’s fastest smartphone with a 10nm octa-core processor and ASUS’ first smartphone to sport an Aura RGB Lighting. It didn’t just look good – though its design isn’t exactly for everyone, but it was built with mobile gamers in mind. More than a year from its introduction, Taiwan-based computing giant, ASUS, just announced the world’s first smartphone with Snapdragon 855+, the ASUS ROG Phone 2. ASUS ROG Phone 2 – A response to demands of mobile gamers According to Chih-Hao Kung, Global Technical PR Director of ASUS, ROG Phone 2 exists as a direct response by ASUS to the demand of consumers for playing mobile games on a smartphone that packs all the necessary features they need to enhance their gaming experience. This is…

If ever you’re thinking that ASUS has been late in the game in terms of introducing a smartphone with in-display fingerprint sensor, then this information might get you really excited. We got a fair share of experience with the new ASUS ROG Phone 2 during the Game Changer conference in Taiwan last week, and we learned that it sports an in-display fingerprint sensor. This new feature on the ROG Phone 2 makes it the first smartphone from the brand that sports an in-display sensor. Even the ASUS Zenfone 6 still sports a rear-mounted sensor, which relatively makes it sort of inferior – at least in terms of being featured-packed – to their new gaming smartphone. ASUS did not discuss much details about its new fingerprint sensor on the new phone ¬†during the launch so there is much information to cover on our full review. Whether or not it features the…