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Asus ROG Phone 2 images leak online – 120Hz display confirmed

After lots of rumours and fake news, Asus ROG Phone 2 real images are leaked online on Chinese microblog website, Weibo. According to some sources, It is arriving on July 23. Asus ROG Phone 2 live images show that Asus ROG Phone 2 will have stereo speakers with a 120Hz display. Also, we will get a selfie camera above the screen.

So the news is confirmed that Asus will be launching its next flagship device named, ASUS ROG Phone 2 on July 23 in China. We can see some real-life images of the upcoming gaming-centric smartphone.

We can see the front design of Asus ROG 2 from the leaked images. The Phone is dedicated for gaming, and the selfie camera is located in the top-right corner. Asus ROG 2 is available with three refresh rates – 60Hz, 90Hz, and 120Hz.

Asus ROG Phone 2 images leak online

Recently, Asus has announced that ROG Phone 2 will be the first smartphone that packs Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset. It will have a clock rate of 2.96GHz, which is 4.2% faster than Snapdragon 855.

The Asus ROG Phone 2 will be the successor of the older ROG Phone. As we already mentioned above, Asus ROG Phone 2 will have a 120Hz refresh rate. The Asus ROG 2 will announce with the price tag of RMB 4,399 (around Rs 44,300).

The specifications are not confirmed officially, but we have some details regarding Asus ROG Phone 2 specs. Also, it will have a cooling system. The Adreno 640 GPU delivers 15% faster graphics performance than the current Snapdragon 855 chipset.

ROG Phone 2 real-world images

It seems that leaks will spoil a few of the surprises, although the Asus ROG 2 Phone is a week away from its launch. A couple 2 images that are hands-on have surfaced on the internet, giving us our first look at the upcoming phone from Asus’ ROG division.

Asus ROG Phone 2 Hands-On Images Leaked

The leaked ROG phone 2 live pictures were seen on Weibo and they reveal a comfortable design with thick top and bottom bezels and aluminium accents on the double front-facing speakers which are most likely stereo speakers. The company formally lifts the covers out of it in an occasion on July 23 at China.

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ASUS is among the biggest household names when it regards manufacturing computers and smartphones. Apart from the design, ASUS has also produced tons of gaming accessories that have been designed especially for the ROG Phone. Asus launched its very first gaming smartphone the ROG phone last year. Now it resembles Asus and its media partners have begun to tease the initial specifics of the ROG Phone 2.

Asus ROG 2 Features

Gaming smartphones have gained immense recognition in the late decades. There are just a few gaming smartphones on the market but ASUS ROG Phone is the best among all. Asus ROG 2 will pack 4000mah battery. The device does not include a microSD card slot for extra storage space. It also features a Nano-SIM slot. At the front, there’s a 16MP lens, which is pretty decent. Cameras are normally okay.

Asus is a Taiwanese electronics giant, popular for its high-end tech gadgets. The company is planning to announce its upcoming high-end smartphone called ROG Phone 2. Asus ROG 2 will become the first smartphone that is powered by a Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC processor.

The Taiwan smartphone maker isn’t in any way new to the Indian industry. The smartphone maker is putting a growing number of power in their mobile phones so as to have the ability to compete later on. In fact, virtually all huge companies have either launched their very own smartphones this calendar year or are likely to do it. With the Asus ROG Phone 2, the business should enhance battery life and further boost the gaming operation of the smartphone.


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Rahul Patel

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