ASUS ROG Phone 5
What is the ASUS ROG phone?
With the most powerful processor to date, excellent display, and impressive refresh rate. It is defined in some places as a gaming phone. ROG Phone 2’s super cool geek design has been neglected and given to ROG Phone 3 because it focuses on attracting non-gamer buyers.
The ASUS ROG phone 5
The latest release of gaming mobile phones has begun. Last week, Nubia unveiled the absolutely ridiculous Red Magic 6. Now Asus launched it in a slightly different way-while maintaining several specs, it’s a bit complicated.
The first thing you’ll notice on ROG Phone 5 (ASUS skipped 4 to avoid bad luck) is the updated design. Asus has abandoned the attention-grabbing active ventilation channel used in previous models. The cyberpunk style remains the same. But we have adopted the fashion style and this time we will offer black and white. Also, Asus has increased the amount of RGB lighting, but if you use a perforated grill to hide the LED, the LED will be larger.
Feature of ASUS ROG 5 phone
Internally, ROG Phone 5 has similar specifications to previous models, including a 2448 x 1080 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 144Hz (slightly lower than the 165Hz screen used in Red Magic 6) and the Snapdragon 888 chip. Is equipped with. 8GB RAM, 128GB storage space, huge 6,000 mAh battery, triple rear camera (64 MP main, 13 MP ultra-wide, 5 MP macro). But this is just a basic model.
The Pro model also has 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage space, but the really appealing model is the ROG Phone 5 Ultimate with up to 18GB of RAM. More importantly, the back panel has black and white built-in. The screen can be programmed to display the desired content.
I’m really grateful for all the tweaks that the Asus generation has made to ROG Phone 5. This includes an 800nit display that’s 200nit brighter than before. Even better front stereo speakers (ROG Phone 3 already has some features. But this is the best audio on an impressive smartphone), 300Hz touch sampling to reduce input delay during the game. Oops, Asus has given up on the old ROG Phone port and revived the ROG Phone 5’s 3.5mm headphone jack, including the new DAC.
To truly improve the reliability of mobile games. Asus has worked with Sentons to improve the 5th generation Air Triggers. This product features nine miniature piezo sensors on both touch-sensitive triggers on the phones we have offered so far. The most sensitive onboard control.
Finally, to support better maneuverability and faster charging. ASUS has split the ROG Phone 5’s 6,000mAh battery into two different parts, thereby achieving better thermal management and up to 65 watts of charging.
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