This was bound to happen. With big manufacturers launching its high-end gaming smartphones in the market, Asus was bound to unveil its very own speciality.
Razer launched its first ever gaming smartphone months back and it attracted everyone and caught the eyes of most of the people with its amazing specs and of course the gaming ability.
Xiaomi was quick to catch up on the trend with its Blackshark gaming smartphone, which was unveiled earlier this month.
Read More: Xiaomi’s Black Shark Gaming Smartphone
Asus ROG Smartphone:
A rumour regarding the Asus ROG (Republic of Gamers) launching a gaming smartphone surfaced on the Internet and people were quick enough to dig into what it would be.
It looks like a lot of PC gaming-centric manufacturers are about to join the bandwagon of gaming smartphones in order to get more exposure in the market.
According to sources close to Asus, the company is all set to unveil its all-new ROG smartphone in the Computex 2018 event. Although, there has been no news of its availability or its specifications the hype is real.
Since we all know that a gaming smartphone in this era will for sure be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC we are going to assume it’ll for sure house it.
Along with the 845 chipset we can be confident about the presence of having the ability to switch from 60Hz to 120Hz, which was present in the Razer gaming smartphone too.
There is a possibility of the ROG smartphone to come with a 144HZ refresh rate but as of now, we don’t know for sure.
The ROG device is for sure is going to be accompanied by 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
High-End Gaming and Availability:
With the people interested a lot in gaming on smartphones nowadays and with the introduction of PUBG mobile it has grown further.
To run a game like PUBG it is important for the device to be overpowered and gaming ready.
Also, pricing will play a key role in the structure of the device since the competition is growing day by day.
More news on the Asus ROG Smartphone will be available in the coming days, so stay tuned to Techno Now.
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