Asus ROG Phone, the insane gaming device, is coming to India by September

Asus ROG Phone

Earlier this month, Asus announced its first ever gaming smartphone in partnership with its sub-brand, ROG. Now the news is coming in that this professional gaming smartphone is all set to debut in India. Yes, you read that correctly! The Taiwanese maker is all set to introduce ROG phone in the country.

As per the report from The Mobile Indian, the Asus is ready to bring its ROG phone to India as early as in September this year. For enthusiast seeking the answer to availability dates in India at the time of its Computex announce, must be quite excited to learn this news. So, are we!

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This smartphone is loaded with a 6-inches 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution display, which packs 18:9 aspect ratio. Asus claims that OLED display panel on its gaming phone offers 90Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. While it may be lower than 120Hz on the Razer Phone, it is quite something. Also, it supports HDR and 108.6 percent DCI-P3 colour gamut range.

Talking about internal specifications, it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. It is accompanied by 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage. Further, it is laced with a couple of embellishments like cooling system and 3D vapour chamber for better performance during gaming.

India may be the largest and fastest growing mobile market in the world, but there are not many brands introducing such handsets in the country. Asus might be looking to experiment with its offering in the country with the introduction of the ROG phone. What do you guys think of it? Let us know in the comments section below.

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