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Cutting edge Asus ROG Phone leaks out in nature

 

All things considered, that was quick. Asus scarcely commenced the buzz-building effort for its next in-your-face gaming-accommodating smartphone on Chinese web-based media a couple of days prior, and the baffling forthcoming portable force to be reckoned with is... secretive no more.

 

While various key specs and highlights, just as things like an authority declaration date, business discharge plan, and suggested valuing, are as yet hush-hush, the plan of the exceptionally envisioned (by a few) ROG Phone 3 spin-off is basically very easy to read following a released live picture and short active video.

 

In spite of theory (started by Asus itself) requiring a revolutionary 2021 upgrade of the organization's initial three gaming-driven handsets, with a more nonexclusive front board totally without bezels, it would seem that the ROG Phone 4 will carry on the tradition of its determinedly capricious harbingers all things considered.

 

That being stated, there's a decent possibility this terrible kid will be named the Asus ROG Phone 5, skirting a digit that is for the most part viewed as unfortunate in numerous East Asian societies and conceivably bringing several genuinely significant visual changes to the table to give the impression of a significant by and large update.

 

We're speaking essentially about the expansion of a little optional presentation on the rear of the without a doubt powerful and massive phone, which could be utilized for things like notices, cautions, and extraordinary gaming impacts. This incidentally turns out to be situated close to an "05" engraving, undoubtedly supplanting the eye-getting however to a great extent pointless RGB logo found on the back of each of the three past ROG Phone ages.

 

The Asus ROG Phone 4 (or ROG Phone 5) additionally appears to be set to accompany a type of a showy red-covered shoulder button, proposing the gaming center will be expanded instead of decreased. In the event that that is valid (and it presumably is), it shouldn't come as a stun that the organization clearly plans to keep those screen bezels quite thick (by 2021 leader norms), giving both strong hold and a heavenly pair of front-terminating sound system speakers.

 

Essentially, Asus has no goal to fix what ain't broke, which probably goes for the 6.6-inch level presentation and gigantic 6,000mAh battery of the ROG Phone 3 too. Said enormous cell is relied upon to be outfitted with likewise great 65W quick charging abilities this time around, mind you, with a best in class Snapdragon 888 processor additionally found under the possible hood of the cutting edge ROG Phone.


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Asus ROG phone 3 was launched the previous month in India with a single model that comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model. The company is planning to launch another variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage starting from August 21. This configuration is exclusively offered via Flipkart. The phone comes with a 144Hz display refresh rate and is powered by the Snapdragon 865 + SoC. Asus took the Twitter to announce that the Asus ROG phone 3 upcoming variants will go on sale in India for the first time on August 21. The device is slightly more expensive than the existing one and will be available via Flipkart. The phone is available in a black color option alone that looks pretty rock-style for its specific audience.

 


The Asus ROG phone 3 runs on Android 10 with ROG UI on the top. It features a 6.59-inch full HD+ AMOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate. The phone is powered by the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC, paired with up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM. Asus has provided up to 256GB of onboard UFS 3.1 storage that doesn't support expansion through a microSD card. ROG phone 3 features a triple camera system on the rear side including a 64MP as a primary camera, a 13MP secondary sensor, and a 5MP tertiary sensor with a macro lens. For selfie images, it features a 24MP sensor at the front of the camera.

 


The phone is powered by a massive 6,000mAh battery that also supports 30W fast charging. For Connectivity it uses 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS/ A-GPS/ NavIC, USB Type-C, and a 48-pin side port. There is also an in-display fingerprint sensor. The phone further offers ultrasonic sensors for the Airtrigger 3 and grip press features.


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Are you one of the mobile phone users who love to play video games when feeling bored? Although many people play video games on their smartphones, not many companies consider it a mainstream rend. Asus is one of a few companies that design high-end smartphones specifically for gaming. A lot of premium phones are advertised as gaming phones because of their high-powered processor, display design, and they do run games relatively well. However, the Asus ROG phone series is the best when it comes to gaming phone.

 


The ROG phone and ROG phone 2 were great but the company didn't focus too much on the design before, but what we have now is a relatively much better-designed version of the gamer aesthetic and slick looking phone. The front face is plain black, with two stereo speakers above and below the display, but there is also a 3.5mm audio jack. The front camera is in one corner of the screen which means you get a seamless user experience while playing video games or watching videos on the phone.

 


The rear side of the phone has a large centered ROG logo that lights up with different colors when Xcode is activated. A small transparent panel shows off the phone's elaborate cooling system and tiny vent to make it cool while playing games. Although, there is only one drawback of having such a glossy background. The phone slides around on most surfaces and leaves fingerprint marks on the cover. The company has used corning Gorilla Glass 6 on the front and Gorilla Glass 3 on the rear side.

 


The phone is slightly heavy and not for everyone. The main reason for its weight is due to the 6,000mAh battery and cooling system. This isn't a phone for you if you prefer slim sleek designs. Asus has gone with a 6.59-inch 1080x2340 screen, and its biggest advantage is an unprecedented 144Hz refresh rate. You can buy the ROG Phone 3 starting in early August with either 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for Rs. 49,999, or 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for Rs. 57,999. In other countries, Asus will offer a staggering 16GB / 512GB option as well.

 


ROG phone 3 features a 64-megapixel primary camera with a Sony sensor and f/1.8 aperture. The second camera is a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle one, while the third one is a 5-megapixel macro camera. The front camera features a 24-megapixel f/2.0 selfie camera. The ROG Phone 3 isn't going to be an option for everyone, but if gaming is a huge passion, and if you don't mind a huge phone, you'll definitely like this one. Our full review is coming up soon, so do stay tuned.



The ASUS ZenFone AR has been confirmed at the CES 2017 in Las Vegas and it's a beast in every sense of the term. The ZenFone AR is made with virtual reality and augmented reality in mind; therefore it has built-in support for Google Tango & DayDream as expected. Apart from the insane 8 gigs of RAM, the smartphone is powered by multiple other absolute premium-end hardware specs as well.


A customized Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC with vapour cooling system for AR and VR functionalities


5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD (1440x2560 pixels) edge-to-edge display with a screen to body ratio of 79%


8GB/6GB RAM


23-megapixel Sony IMX318 camera with TriTech+ autofocus system, dual-PDAF, second-gen Laser Focus, 4-axis OIS, 3-axis EIS, continuous-focus and 4K video recording


8-megapixel front shooter with f/2.0 aperture and an 85-degree wide angle lens


128GB/256GB of internal storage with hybrid nano SIM/micro-SD card slot


3300mAh battery


USB Type-C, Bluetooth v4.2 and Wi-Fi 802.11ac


Exclusive Asus ZenUI VR 360 degree app support on PhotoCollage, Gallery, and ZenCircle applications



Everything about the Asus ZenFone AR is premium and up to date, except may be the SD 821 chipset. Make no mistake, it is still the most powerful Qualcomm chip till date, but given that the Snapdragon 835 has already been announced and it will be better than the SD 821 in both power-efficiency and performance, Asus may have missed a trick there.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



ASUS has just started to roll out Android Marshmallow updates to the ZenFone 2 Laser (ZE500KL) and this package addresses something that many users had been complaining about since launch. The ZenFone 2 Laser, in addition to all other ZenFones in the series, comes preloaded with plenty of apps that some users may find annoying. If you are not a fan of the preloaded bloatware either, you will be happy to know that this latest update will not only upgrade your phone to Android M, but will also remove most of those applications by default.


Here is a list of all the pre-installed applications which will no longer be a part of your ZenFone 2 Laser, once it has been upgraded to Android 6.0 with Build number 13.10.6.16_M3.6.44.


ASUS Backup


ASUS Calendar


ASUS Email


ASUS Messenger


Data transfer


Dr. Eye


Dr. Safety


EZ Ding


Google+


Google Settings


iReader


Mirror


Omlet


Party Link


PC Link


Photo Frame


Puffin Browser


Remote Link


TripAdvisor


What's Next


Yahoo Shopping


Zino


There will also be a few new apps installed on your ZE500KL once you perform the upgrade, but thankfully, the list is not nearly as long as the list above. Dr. Booster, Google calendar and Google Messenger are the only three new applications that you will find on your phone post upgrade. If the package has already arrived on your smartphone, here are a few things that we recommend for you to keep in mind before you go through with the download and installation.


Backup your data and move all media files to your micro-SD card.


Move all applications to your internal storage because after this update, your ZenFone 2 Laser will lose support for APP2SD.


Stay signed into your Google and ASUS accounts in order to be able to use the Multi-user feature on your smartphone.


Once you are done, let us know if you really like the bloatware free experience or would you have preferred it if the Taiwanese company left a few of the removed apps on board?


Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)

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