about a month ago with confirmation of a vague release window and high-profile "optimization" partnership for the Asus ROG Phone 2, further hyping up the mobile powerhouse just a week later by revealing a crucial display technology upgrade that will allow the handset to better compete against the Razer Phone lineup.The company started the official teasing games
Unfortunately, although we have every reason to expect the Asus ROG Phone 2 in US stores at some point, following in the footsteps of its Snapdragon 845 predecessor, we highly doubt the company will tackle that specific topic in any way at the Chinese launch event on July 23. If history is any indication, we may need to wait a few more months before the gaming-centric handset makes its way to the Western Hemisphere... with an exorbitant price tag attached to its name.
The 2018-released ROG Phone, mind you, still fetches $900 and up in an unlocked variant packing at least 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage space. Hopefully, the sequel will offer more local digital hoarding room in its entry-level configuration, alongside guaranteed upgrades like a Snapdragon 855 SoC and a silky smooth screen with a blazing fast 120Hz refresh rate.