Asus ROG Phone 3 Detail Review : Asus is one of a small group of firms that directly develop high-end phones for games. Because of their processors or screens, many mainstream models are advertised as “gaming phones,” and yes, they do run games relatively well. The Asus ROG Phone series, though, is specifically programmed to play first and all the rest later, and is meant for those who invest very generously.
The handset is powered by the Processor Octa core (3.1 GHz, Single core, Kryo 585 + 2.42 GHz, Tri core , Kryo 585 + 1.8 GHz, Quad core , Kryo 585). It is based on the chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus. This has 8 GB of internal storage, and 128 GB external disk.
To foresee ROG Phone 3 to have the best possible hardware on the market is clear. But the streamlined style of the ROG Phone 3, which is indeed geeky but has some subtlety about it, is what caught my attention as opposed to the frilly back panel that oozed out tech, even in its nature. The Asus ROG Phone 3 back panel sports a polished glass plate with many abstract lines lasered on it.
Asus ROG Phone 3 review in detail; The front face is plain black, with two stereo speakers above and below the door, but no 3.5 mm audio ports are available. There is no crack or hole; the front camera is in one corner above the screen, so it can never interrupt content and controls. This also means we don’t get an nearly borderless frame, as on most high-end phones of today, but we’re all right with that.
Asus mobile ROG Phone 3 has OLED display. This is 171 mm x 78 mm x 9.85 mm thick and weights 240 grams. The panel has a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels, with a density of 391 ppi. There is a transparent segment towards the edge of the back panel which shows a panel with “Aerodynamic Framework” engraved on it. The ROG logo-shaped lighting panel is at the dead center and when the X mode is triggered it is loaded with many RGB colors that flow into a pattern.
Asus ROG Phone 3 Detail Review Full Specifications
Launch Date : August 6, 2020 (Expected)
Price : Rs. 57,999
Ram : 8 GB
Internal Memory : 128 GB
Front Camera : 13 MP
Rear Camera : 64 MP + 13 MP + 8 MP
Battery : 6000 mAh
Display : 6.59 inch
Processor : Snapdragon 865 Plus
Colors : Black
The Asus ROG Phone 3 has a touchscreen of 6.59-inch without a knot or punch-hole configuration, which I like for two reasons: a. It’s a rebound back to when notches or punch-holes weren’t anything and b. It allows to play games even easier as the components of the game are not covered by some strange cavity on screen. It’s also a 144Hz monitor which, I’m proud to say, is one of the finest I’ve seen for a great deal.
On the monitor, the smartphone has ultrasonic buttons and on the hands, AirTriggers to let you have a granular control when playing. I wasn’t able to check how well they are performing yet, so stay tuned for my ROG Phone 3 gaming review. In my gaming analysis, I would also discuss several machine optimisations claimed to improve gameplay using specific technology.
Of note, the rear has a wide centered ROG emblem that lights up when X Mode is enabled with multicolored LEDs – more on that later. A thin translucent screen displays the intricate cooling mechanism of the phone and there is just a tiny airflow relative to the massive ones in previous versions. You’ll likely note a horizontal 3-cameras bounce.
This is also a very bulky phone, at a thickness of 9.85 mm and a weight of 240 g. Part of this is due to the 6000mAh battery, as well as the fact this extensive cooling is necessary to allow the SoC to be driven for long periods to its limits. When you want a sleek, streamlined flagship this is not the product to buy.
Asus offers the most immersive gaming experience on smartphones, with flagship-grade cameras and hardware. The ROG Phone 3 probably won’t be an choice for everyone, but if gaming is a massive hobby, and if you don’t want a big handset, you’ll definitely like this one. Stay connected with TapaTap Review