ASUS is set to toss the ROG Phone II onto the market and while we don’t have new images of the device to check out right now (the original is pictured) we do know what specs will be. The ROG Phone II has a 6.59-inch 1080p OLED display with an integrated fingerprint sensor and support for 10-bit HDR.
The display has a refresh rate of 120Hz and a touch sampling rate of 240Hz. Asus claims that the touch latency on the smartphone is 49ms, the lowest of any phone. As the device is set up, users can choose to run stock Android or Asus ROG UI.
The SoC is the Snapdragon 855 Plus promising 15% faster GPU and higher peak clock speeds. The cooling system uses a vapor chamber, and cooling vents will be able to prevent any heat-related throttling of the smartphone. RAM is 12GB, and the smartphone has up to 512GB of storage reports The Verge.
The rear camera is a 48MP unit, and the phone has a giant battery of 6,000 mAh. The giant battery claims up to 7 hours of playing PUBG with the screen on 60Hz. The new phone is expected to come with newly available accessories too. Pricing is expected to be close to the $899 the first ROG Phone sold for.