This was just surprising for people, Asus brings vanilla with the ROG Phone3. The brand Asus just continue the sequence and bring three models- regular, pro, and ultimate, collection of ROG Phone 5 series: the point being Asus wants to offer more alternatives to the customer so if they choose to upgrade to prefer a higher unique variant (and if their budget allows it).
Let us talk about their price, The ROG Phone 5 begins at Rs 49,999 for the base variant with 8GB RAM and 128 GB storage and continuing up to Rs 57,999 for the top-end model which has 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, similar to the ROG Phone 3 which is outstanding, indicating how much things have changed in the last one year.
The pro model of the phone contains 16GB RAM and 512GB storage has been launched at Rs 69,999. Its chip is available for Rs 10,000 more and just think about that you can get yourself in the first of the race with a “supreme” alternative having 18GB RAM and 512GB storage- that’s the initial model of any smartphone in India.
You feel just charmed after getting the similar hardware despite the variant you choose. The dissimilarity is modified on the large scale as well as their usefulness entirely subjective. You can buy the regular ROG Phone 5 above the ultimate edition and there will be not much difference at least in the regard of performance concerned.
Now, let us look at the hardware of the ROG Phone 5 hardware. This is the 4th gen ROG Phone is completely different as compared to the original -or even the one after that.This can be available in new colours(black/white) and styles(glossy/matte).But, the entire point matters that it’s price. There has glass given on the backside of the phone.
Talking about the display, the ROG Phone 5 has designed a 6.78-inch of its AMOLED display with HDR10+ support, 144Hz powered rate, and 1080p resolution. Based on Android 11 quad-processor, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2, triple rear cameras of which 64MP main, 13MP ultra-wide angle, another 5MP macro camera adding a 24MP front camera, provide a 65W fast charging.
(This article was originally published in Passionate in Marketing)