On Wednesday, July 22 amid the stress that has been going on the Indo-China border, Taiwanese technology company ASUS launched the ROG Phone 3, which is its third-generation gaming smartphone.
In India, the starting cost will be Rs 49,999 which will feature 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage, while the other ASUS smartphone will provide customers 12GB RAM and 256GB of total storage which will cost Rs 57,999.
As per the reports, on August 6, both the phones will be on sale on Flipkart.
With 10-bit HDR, 10+ support and 144Hz refresh rate the ASUS smartphone features a 6.59-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel .
A quad camera has been setup at the back of the new device which includes a 64MP Sony IMX686 primary sensor that has an f/1.8 lens.
The secondary sensor is present in the camera setup which is of 13MP and has a 125-degree ultra-wide-angle lens and a f/2.0 macro lens with 5MP tertiary sensor .
A 24MP selfie camera sensor at the front is there in ASUS ROG Phone 3, it also features 8K recording, 4K HDR recording up to 60fps. A Pro Video mode has been provided in the phone that lets you record up to 8K.
When recording, the phone also offers you to choose between front mic or back mic. The ASUS device functions on Android 10, and the weight is 240 grams, and has a 6000mAh battery which provides 30W of fast charging tech onboard.
According to the reports of IANS, the phone also features two USB-C ports, “GameCool 3” cooling system, dual front-facing speakers, multi-antenna Wi-Fi, and quad-mic noise-canceling array.