02 April 2020
Asus opened the Android 10 beta registrations for its ROG Phone 2 back in December last year. And, now it appears the company has started releasing the stable version of the major software to the users. Asus broke the news on Twitter that Android 10 is now available for the ROG Phone 2. However, it appears the tweet is no longer available as the company might have deleted it due to some reasons.
It looks like the update has been pulled back as the users' replies to the tweet mentioned that they hadn’t received the update despite the global rollout. The tweet, which is apparently now deleted, however, shared no other details, like what new features the ROG Phone 2 will gain or so. But expect to see all the great features of the Android 10 on your gaming phone once the rollout begins/resumes.
If you want to know the specifics or if you hadn’t been the part of the beta program then note that the Android 10 beta came with ZenUI 6 and without any significant cosmetic changes. So, we expect the same from the stable update as well. However, the stable version will be a more polished one and enhanced in terms of performance.
The folks over at XDA Developers have been informed that the update will start rolling out today but no case has been recorded yet. We wait for the update to resume and delight its users soon.
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