Asus’ ROG phone 2 was probably the most solid phone you could buy for the money last year. While it’s a bold claim and detractors would say I’m crazy, consider what you got for the $699 price tag as opposed to some of your favorite smartphones from Samsung and Apple. The ROG Phone 2 aside from it’s obvious function (gaming) had a huge battery that lasted literally a whole day, a great screen with a high refresh rate for smooth scrolling and mulitmedia, newest Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU at the time and a ton of available RAM. All the makings of a premium phone by today’s standards.

Well, the “spec king” is back and with that we got the Asus ROG Phone 3. A much more refined version of the ROG Phone 2. Not much has changed with this phone in terms of design. It still look very much like its predecessor and the major differences are on the inside. The ROG Phone 3 is stacked. What’s inside?

  • Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 Plus
  • 144 Hz/1ms AMOLED 6.59 inch display
  • 10-bit display that support s HDR10+
  • 6000 mAh battery
  • AirTrigger 3 system
  • 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM
  • 512 GB of storage space
  • USB Type-C charging

You can expect to see the new ROG Phone 3 in the general public this September along with a bunch of new peripherals and accessories accompanying the ROG Phone 3. Asus pulled out all the stops to ensure that you have the ultimate gaming experience with the ROG Cetra RGB In-ear gaming headphones with active noise cancellation, The ROG Falchion portable, wireless mechanical keyboard and the ROG Strix XG16 ultra portable gaming display.

As with the ROG Phone 3 you can expect to see this incredible peripherals available sometime this September with price points as of right now unknown. Asus is really looking to take over the mobile gaming market which is getting bigger with the ROG Phone 3 and the newest editions to their peripheral lineup. It’s an exciting time for mobile gaming and once we get our hands on all of these super cool devices we will update you and give you some reviews. Look out for it.

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