ASUS ROG Phone 4 with a secondary screen on the rear for notifications

ASUS points guns at the giants! ROG Phone 4 arrives early! – ASUS is by no means one of the major smartphone manufacturers on the market. However, this does not mean that stepping up is not in the plans of the technological giant… After all, the manufacturer based in the Beitou District, Taipei has every intention of pointing the guns at market giants like Samsung, Apple, and Huawei as early as 2021.

Like? Very simple! With the “All New ROG Phone”!

We are talking about a device that will not only offer everything that ASUS has to offer in technological terms. As it will also reach the shelves much sooner than usual. (To get a sense of anticipation, the ROG Phone 3 hit the market during the summer of 2020).

After all, Samsung has launched its range of smartphones Galaxy S21, Apple has also launched the iPhone 12 at the end of last year, and of course, Huawei is going through a phase slightly negative… What course, leaves a open door for ASUS to attack with all its might!

ASUS points guns at the giants! ROG Phone 4 arrives early

So, in case you don’t know, the ROG Phone 4 already has several ‘leaks’ on the Internet, including a video in which we can see the existence of a secondary screen on the rear for notifications or other more “1337” animations. Now see:

In this same video, we can also take a look at the main screen, revealing a design very similar to the normal of this range, at the same time that we also have slightly smaller margins.

In terms of technical specifications, of course, we will have a device based on the SoC Snapdragon 888, most likely with a higher frequency, due to the cooling capacity of the device. As well as a 6.6 ”OLED screen (FHD +), and a 6000mAh battery. As for RAM, I believe that we will have versions of 12GB and 16GB, and there is still a slightly cheaper version with 8GB or 10GB of memory.


Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Will ASUS be able to take advantage of the timing? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.

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