ASUS hints as a future gaming smartphone

ASUS hints as a future gaming smartphone

Does ASUS have an ROG Smartphone in the works

Published: 18th April 2018 | Source: Android Authority | Author: Mark Campbell

ASUS hints as a future gaming smartphone

ASUS hints as a future gaming smartphone

During the opening of ASUS Philippines’ 100th store, CEO Jerry Shen stated that a gaming smartphone should be "expected" from the company, highlighting the company's gaming prowess in the PC market from their motherboards and graphics cards all the way to their complete systems.
It is likely that ASUS' future gaming smartphone will ship under their iconic Republic of Gamers brand, or perhaps as a Zenfone ROG/Strix device, taking on the likes of Razer who entered the "Gaming Smartphone" market in late 2017.
Sadly ASUS didn't detail their smartphone plans in much detail, with no release in sight. It is also unclear what ASUS plans to deliver with a gaming-oriented smartphone, with Razer providing users with a 120Hz 1440p display while competitors like the Xiaomi Black Shark offers users a plug-and-play gamepad, a massive 4,000mAh battery and an 18:9 1080×2160 display.

ASUS hints as a future gaming smartphone

(ASUS' Zenfone 5)

At this time it is unknown when ASUS plans to release a Gaming-oriented smartphone, though you can rest assured that the device won't be cheap, with Razer's current Gaming Phone shipping for over £500.
Last year images of a smartphone called the ASUS Z3 Venom leaked onto the internet, though so far no phone under that name has ever materialised.
You can join the discussion on ASUS' gaming smartphone plans on the OC3D Forums.

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