If in the past what made technology advance was war, nowadays this responsibility falls on mobile phones to play. Ok, we have gone through the rhetoric, but you will understand us right away. This year, OnePlus launched its 7 Pro with a 90 Hz display. This would not have been possible if Razer had not launched his Razer Phone in 2017 demonstrating that a high refresh rate screen for a mobile can be very interesting. There is already talk of the possibility that the iPhone of 2020 arrive with this kind of panels, and all thanks to a trend marked by smartphones to play.
This time, Asus has increased the screen size and also its refresh rate, from 90 Hz to 120, apart from bringing the touch registration rate to 240 Hz – twice as high as the iPhone XS. The 512 GB of storage use the UFS 3.0 protocol, and the huge battery uses a very fast load of 30 W. On the other hand, the new phone keeps the Air Triggers triggers that turn the corners of the frame into switches to play or launch Applications It still has an audio Jack and, in summary, presents the most advanced specifications to date on a smartphone.
Let’s not forget that it will have a series of accessories such as the dock that adds a second screen at 120 Hz and a fan, apart from the ROG Kunai remote. In addition, Asus has made the good decision to allow us to choose between its ROG UI customization layer or the classic ZenUI that goes on its Zenfone 6, much closer to pure Android. What is the biggest obstacle we see? It is not yet known what price it will have in the West, where it will start in early August, but today it has left in China for the following prices: