41 thoughts on “The ROG Phone – Hands On!!!

  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    it beats the flagships now, so what are you talking about? at least in benchmarking

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    What niche market… the thing has expanded storage up to 2tb. 7.1 dts surround sound amp so i can get premium headphones, Powerful battery etc..
    Flagship phones are removing features like built in dac for headphones and charge a arm and leg for expanded storage while force feeding u a ton of bullshit apps. If this thing had a cleaner look it would kill the mainstream market.

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    A huge plus: the cooling solution for high demand scenarios like gaming. At least I'm not the only one who thought about It.
    A negative point: RGB lighting in the back of a phone? (and right in the place the cooler will cover it!)
    I love the large battery, but not so long ago 3000 mAh or slightly above that was overkill and nowadays… It is not. Higher specs in the hardware and higher demanding software have a tendency to converge so batteries have a hard time making ends meet.
    I'm not expecting for the best of cameras in this phone. But I can ask for better than last year's LG V30, can't I?
    And… I feel like I should say this about the iPad Pro, or maybe an ultrabook, but with that processing power (both for speed and the multiple cores), the RAM, the graphics, the memory (did I really hear 512 GB???), and all… Add a keyboard, either bluetooth or through a dock, and the posibility of using a large screen (and it can be done with ROG's SD card reading dock), this could function as my everyday, on-the-go personal solution: notes at a conference or class, texts processing, taking pictures or video recordings, even rendering them, communications -it IS a phone, after all-, … It kind of reminded me of the "What's a computer?" ad.
    What do you think?

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    mmmm pay 2K forr a cellphone and buy a huge ass otter box case to cover everythign including the logo making it all a waste of money…and 512G of storage?!?!?! I cant even use 1G of my 4G SD card

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    "gaming" on a smartphone… phuh I still avoid it like the plague.

    …gets bored at a waiting room, launches fallout shelter…..

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    3,5mm <3
    no notch <3
    but too childish looking… 🙁 that Christmas lighting and exposed heatsink

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    Trouble with this. Is there are no good mobile games. If I could get PSP and Nintendo-DS games on my phone? Then sign me up. But until then, it's a device for, nothing.

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    All we need now is a smartphone CPU that can run full x86 video games (the ones you'd play on a PC)…

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    My Computex 2018 most hilight (excited/interested)

    1. AMD TR2 up to 32 core CPU
    2. Intel 28 core 5GHz CUP (Core i9 2018)
    3. Asus ROG Phone ans its accessories

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    I can't think of any good android games that would even make use of specs like this an since I don't like most mobile games and prefer emulation which runs perfectly fine on older/weakers devices for example my Snapdragon 800 based Tablet for example and using a MOGA Pro Power bluetooth controller helps to extend battery life for me with its built in 2200mah one. So yeah I don't really see a real use for either The Razer Phone or this ROG phone. I personally own a Galaxy S8 and its been working fine for my needs heck even my old Note 3 was still solid until we switched carriers and I was forced to switch to the Note 4 which I had until I got the S8 and the Note 4 was still handing everything perfectly fine as well.

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    RGB on phones… (Fairly subjective matter, maybe even fully subjective) I hate this idea but if it can be turned on/off by something detached from the phone then it could help you find your phone I guess… Although why not have a controller than turns flashlight on/off if that's what you want. Other than that it looks stupid and will drain your battery a little bit – I guess by a minimal amount. And also eithout it more profit for asus and more space to work with in the phone – So I'm all against it but this will remain subjective and honestly as long as it can be off, why would it be a dealbreaker for anyone?

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    I wish the Switch had specs closer to what is in this phone – would love to see a switch with at least 1080p @ 60Hz output….

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    LOVE IT, but wish it was water resistant. That should have been a priority for ASUS.

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    This will be more expensive than the iPhone X. Probably.. Bcoz Asus, in search of incredible expenses.

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    I won't be an early adopter of this, but I really like and appreciate where they're going with this! I'd like to see more like it in the future, and I would probably opt for a gaming-centric phone with my next model.

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    I can't stand the gamer aesthetic. It screams virgin.

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    i like the style tbh, i wouldnt want one, actually i dont want a phone at all, not a fan of using active rgb features, i like setting it to a static color and leave it at that. maybe set like a "candle" effect so its flickering a lil but thats as far as id take it :p

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    You really have no idea the target market for this phone. Saying that we do not want the RGB and what not. You NEED to look this as a gaming device first and mobile device later, targeted at gamers on the go, professional players and those that travel a lot. It would have been best if a gamer reviewed the phone or at least consider that on your review. Personally, I would never pay for this but at least I understand the target market and thus, do not dismiss the phone for what it is

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  • 22 juin 2018 at 4:01
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    I love it… with all the attachments too… but will wait for the Samsung Note 9 and then make a decision.

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