while every E-Sport players still use iPhone 12 when playing game and competitions.
Because they said if they use ROG phone, people will doubt their professionality
Dometalican, 04 Jan 2021With 5G baked into the 888 chipset and the obvious negativity in removing the headphone jack, ... moreYou get an 3.5mm to usb-C cable with the phone.
So it's still there. The ROG fan also got the jack inside it.
Giving only three phones per years is not really a bad thing, but indeed, the slow commercialisation is really annoying ...
i use asus and blackshark 3, asus got poor and bad thermal cooling solution, high spec but poor cooling compare to my blackshark 3
Dunno why they still promote the ROG 3's screen quality. I had been severely disappointed to ROG 3 just by the screen quality alone. The black crush is not even fixed w/ the last update. Watching movies exp is better on cheaper phones w/ lower class tech display, e.g. Mi 10T Pro
Just like what Asus said last year, they want to focus in hi-end (flagship) phone market n gaming phone segment.
Hopefully they will come with fascinating solid midrange phones.
monsoon, 04 Jan 2021I strongly agree with GSMArena team... I have been eagerly waiting for ZenFone 7 series launc... moreBecause zen trademark issue in India so they can't launch zenphone series except rog
I strongly agree with GSMArena team...
I have been eagerly waiting for ZenFone 7 series launch in India...
But no news from #AsusIndia till now...
Wish it will launch soon...!!!
With 5G baked into the 888 chipset and the obvious negativity in removing the headphone jack, I can see Asus bringing it back to both phones (since they can use the same batteries now). As long as they do that and put nearly every LTE/5G band imaginable in their next phones, I'm all for it.
Would be nice to see a mid-range Zenfone though. Some people don't need the extra performance.
Still waiting for a replacement for the Zenfone 3 ZE552KL, a phone that doesn't use a rotating camera
Zenfone 7 announced for more than $850 in few locations (even own home Taiwan) is a winner?
I would not consider the "loser" a bad thing, they focus one few phones and make the best out of it.
Look at OnePlus in the past, they did the same and that worked but when their cheaper phones, Nord aside are truly "meh" for the price.
Let Asus focus on de phones in a proper way, because the race to the bottom is a.bad idea, companies like Xiaomi and Realme (to name few) lurk around at the bottom and Asus would fail fighting against them due to their agressive pricing (they are cheap FOR A REASON)
So what Asus does is fine.