Don't know why even now on the 3rd iteration we still don't have all the bands needed for use in the US with US carriers. Perhaps sales would be better if the phone could actually be used as a phone. Simply being able to use it as a gaming device for weaksauce games does not justify a purchase. Really want to give one of these a go, but Asus keeps messing things up here in the US. Going for yet another Samsung Galaxy Note device later this year it looks like.
Right now hardware is way ahead compared to quality of games coming out on mobile. I hope more Developers make console quality games or at least port them over to mobile cause this needs to happen or gaming phones will be pointless
Is there any smartphone that has been get certified after of its released? lol that title. XD
Oh Lord, 27 Jun 2020Rumored, RUMORED. Learn to spell if you're going to try to sound intelligent.Right, right, correct english spelling adds to your intelligence.
Pika, 27 Jun 2020I just hope they are not removing 3.5 headphone jack as rumered !Rumored, RUMORED. Learn to spell if you're going to try to sound intelligent.
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2020With all the accessories, it's still affordable compared to some of the Android and Apple flag... moreI don't think it's less than 2000â‚¬. And that's a lot considering my PC is like 850â‚¬
Andreidinutu, 27 Jun 2020People who can afford it and all of it's accesories without having to rob a bank: yaaay Me: o... moreWith all the accessories, it's still affordable compared to some of the Android and Apple flagships this year.
People who can afford it and all of it's accesories without having to rob a bank: yaaay
Me: ok so how do we rob a bank
These are some fine improvements Asus is making which usually go under the radar.
Even on the ROG 2, plenty of super useful things like second USB type C slot, multiple WiFi antennas for uncompromising network performance , multiple mics, lowest latency screen and under the hood improvements went unnoticed.
Looks like ROG 3 will again set a Benchmark for how gaming phones should be.