A preorder posted at a European website has brought leaks to the price tag of the anticipated release of the ASUS ROG Gaming Smartphone, and reports had stated that it could cost more than the current flagship of Apple, the iPhone X.
Swedish telecommunications Telia has updated on their website that the anticipated gaming smartphone is available at a preorder rate of approximately EUR 999 (amounting to about USD 1100). Adding an additional EUR 199 (around USD 230) would also give you the ASUS-exclusive gaming headset.
The announcement was spotted by Reddit user Jaamie97, wherein Redditors had pointed out the slight price increase, in contrast to the iPhone X, Apple’s current flagship smartphone.
The ASUS ROG gaming smartphone boasts a 1080p AMOLED show with HDR bolster and a 90Hz revive rate, 8GB of RAM, a timed up Snapdragon 845 (hitting 2.9GHz, 100MHz speedier than ordinary) and clever vapor-cooling tech that handles the warmth issues which torment minimized gaming gadgets.
There’s the vapor cooling, for one, and the insane Drove lights that will be commonplace to PC gamers. It additionally has a side USB-C port, so links won’t act as a burden while charging while at the same time playing. There are likewise “air triggers” that include two more “catches” to a catch less gaming setup. Also, that doesn’t yet incorporate the embellishments that will, obviously, be sold independently.
An interesting point stated in the post is that the expected release of the ASUS ROG gaming smartphone is by “week 38”, hence exposing the release date, projected to be around by September 16. Speculators believe that more details of the release will be available soon by the end of August.
The ASUS ROG gaming smartphone is the first commercially-available ROG smartphone and considered as a top-notch product to date to Asus. The ROG gaming smartphone will currently run on Android 8.0 (Android Oreo), boasts a big 128GB of internal storage, and some models would also carry 512GB of internal storage. The smartphone will also feature an Octacore processing system, an astounding 8GB of RAM, and some common data inputs such as barometer, gyroscope and a rear-located fingerprint sensor.
The gaming smartphone was first conceptualized and announced on June 8, 2018 at the Computex Computer Expo. The announcement was inspired by the absence of other gaming companies such as Nvidia that first conceptualized portable devices dedicated for heavy gaming. Asus, along with brands such as Razor and Huawei, altogether announced goals in creating smartphones that will surely change the course of gaming in general. With the existence of popular online games like PUBG, Fortnite and others, the demand for gaming smartphones might not be really on the top, but a sizeable market could be considered, whereas the majority of consumers might find cheaper alternatives.
The Taiwanese-based electronic gadget company has created various electronic products like laptops and phones, and is considered to utilize original equipment manufacturing.