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ASUS ROG Phone 2 launching in July with 120Hz display

12 June 2019 0

The ASUS ROG smartphone made its debut in late 2018. Its success left people waiting for the launch of the ASUS ROG Phone 2. Rumour has it that the smartphone will launch in July 2019. Well, it seems like the company is no longer remaining silent on the issue as it has shared new details of the ASUS ROG Phone 2. One of the highlights of the smartphone is its screen refresh rate of 120Hz.


ASUS has joined hands with “Under the One Man” game from China to ensure a smooth and seamless gaming experience on its upcoming smartphone. Well, this isn’t exactly a surprise as the company did mention its association with Tencent games for the launch of its smartphone. The company has promised that games will be optimized to deliver a 120Hz experience. This is certainly an improvement since the first iteration of the smartphone which offered a 90Hz refresh rate. The ASUS ROG Phone 2 will be the third smartphone to launch with a 120Hz refresh rate panel. The only other two being the Razer Phone and the Razer Phone 2.


Unfortunately, other specifications of the smartphone are still yet to be revealed. However, rumour has it that the device will be driven by the Snapdragon 855 SoC. This will supposedly be coupled with 12GB RAM. There is a good possibility that the smartphone may launch in different variants according to storage size. The only way to truly know is to have patience and wait for an official release of its specifications.

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