Taiwan-based tech giant ASUS took the covers off the ROG video gaming phone. The phone is more of a video gaming rig than a smart device and the name ROG really represents Republic of Gamers. The phone is ASUS’s very first devoted player phone and will handle the Razer phone in addition to Xiaomi’s Black Shark phone.
As anticipated, the ROG includes high-grade hardware that includes an overclocked Snapdragon 845 chipset with a crazy processing power. The phone likewise has an aggressive style that includes an ingenious cooling system. The ROG phone includes an 8GB RAM on 2 variations with 128 GB and 512 GB storage respectively. If you think about than spectacular, the hardware might even have actually been insane with news filtering in that ASUS had actually prepared to consist of 10 GB of RAM on an unnamed flagship about 10 months back.
So when upon a time (a couple of months back) ASUS wished to put 10 GB RAM in a brand-new flagship (ROG phone possibly?). That didn’t work out, bc of product packaging concerns (generally put on top of the SoC, however no space to put the required modules in the little area offered for a PoP style)
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) June 6, 2018
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According to Twitter tipster Roland Quandt, the concept was rejected when the tech giant could not discover a method to fit the RAM module into the phones internal panel. The concept itself sounds truly outrageous, thinking about that we have simply less than that size of RAM on the typical home PC. It sure would have been an overkill considering that the majority of those areas would have gone unused however it would have developed some enjoyment and possibly boasting rights for the business. the strategy didn’t emerge on the ROG phone however it might likely not be long prior to they discover a method around the challenge. We will not be amazed if other OEMs begins dealing with their own 10 GB RAM phones.