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Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro Review

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PROS

  • Gorgeous, fast 165Hz display
  • Impressive specs and performance
  • Outstanding battery life
  • Headphone jack
  • Rapid charging

CONS

  • Potentially divisive design
  • Mediocre cameras
  • No microSD card slot
  • Doesn't support wireless charging

ASUS ROG PHONE 6 PRO SPECS

Operating System Android 12
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
Dimensions 6.8 by 3.0 by 0.4 inches
Screen Size 6.78 inches
Screen Resolution 2,448 by 1,080 pixels
Camera Resolution (Rear; Front-Facing) 50MP, 13MP, 5MP; 12MP
Battery Life (As Tested) 15 hours, 30 minutes

The most recent gaming handset from Asus, the ROG Phone 6 Pro, goes all in. It packs the most ideal inward equipment that anyone could hope to find to boost gaming execution, and we’re especially enamored with its astonishing screen and broadened battery duration. The telephone is expensive at £1,099.99 (around $1,310) and its plan probably won’t speak to certain purchasers, yet devoted versatile gamers should think of it as because of a group of select elements that are inaccessible on correspondingly expensive leaders from Apple and Samsung. Sadly, the telephone isn’t accessible in that frame of mind as of this composition (Asus is focusing on a late Q3 US send off), so we’re holding off on giving it an authority score. Up to that point, we suggest gamers pick the Editors’ Choice-winning Samsung Galaxy S22+ ($999.99).

Design & Screen

The ROG Phone 6 Pro is a major piece of equipment. It measures 6.8 by 3.0 by 0.4 inches (HWD) and weighs 8.4 ounces. Contrasted and other lead telephones like the Samsung Galaxy S22+ (6.2 by 3.0 by 0.3 inches, 6.91 ounces), the ROG Phone 6 Pro is recognizably bigger and heftier.

You’re either going to despise or adore the telephone’s bustling plan. The handset is accessible in a polished dark or white completion that doesn’t gather fingerprints. The back board is characterized by sci-fi like illustrations and plan components; this could be Wall-E’s telephone, with lines, logos, and patterns that catch your eye. A minuscule screen on the back makes you aware of approaching calls or notices, which can be useful for when you place the telephone facedown. Occupied it could be, however I like the plan, which hangs out in an ocean of clones. Be ready for individuals to get some information about it.

The ROG Phone 6 Pro’s dazzling 6.78-inch AMOLED screen apparently stands apart much more. It packs a goal of 2,448 by 1,080 pixels and a top tier most extreme revive pace of 165Hz. Very few versatile games yet backing such a quick revive rate, yet the perfection of activity on the screen is clear in any event, when you look at a site or your number one social feed. The screen can be set to a scope of invigorate rates, including 60, 90, 120, and 144Hz, as well as Auto for overseeing battery duration.

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Other striking parts of the screen are its 800 nits of brilliance with 1,000,000:1 differentiation proportion and 720Hz touch examining rate. The last option guarantees there’s insignificant deferral between when you contact the screen and the telephone enrolls your feedback; Asus claims the reaction time is just about as fast as 23ms. The screen likewise includes HDR10+ certificate and meets DCI-P3 for variety. Colors look brilliant and lively for the two games and films. Seeing points are very wide, as well.
The one protest we have remembers the thick top and base bezels for the front of the gadget, which lead to a person on foot screen-to-body proportion. Asus claims these boundaries are important to oblige the monster interior batteries and to assist with keeping the telephone cool during gaming meetings, be that as it may.

Likewise with past ages, the telephone highlights two USB-C ports: one on the base and one more as an afterthought. The last option is helpful for charging while you mess around in scene mode, and furthermore permits you to snap on the discretionary remote fan accessory(Opens in another window) (around $91) that assists keep the telephone with cooling.

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A volume rocker and a power button are on the telephone’s right side, while the SIM card space lives on the left side, and a 3.5mm earphone jack is on the base. Tragically, the gadget doesn’t uphold microSD cards.

Another astonishing redesign is the handset’s IPX4 rating. The telephone is impervious to sprinkles of water, however it’s not fixed from dust. Gaming telephones are tied in with overseeing thermals, which depend on wind current and normally blocks them from water opposition. The expansion of even light water entrance assurance is gladly received. In the event that you want a completely waterproof telephone, the Galaxy S22+ and the iPhone 13 Pro ($999.99) both have a completely waterproof IP68 rating. Asus likewise utilizes the most recent Corning Gorilla Glass Victus front and back, which is among the most strong glass you can get on a telephone. Asus remembers an essential case for the container that gives a little piece of additional security.

Biometrics are ready, too. You can utilize either the under-show unique mark peruser or the essential face acknowledgment technique for opening the telephone. Both functioned admirably in testing.

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