ARP_ASUSObviously there are upgrades, but it's nothing ground breaking, compared to the price increase
Thanks for the feedback. Considering this as your personal opinion I don't want to get into a debate here.
Just quick points. There are a lot of games supporting 120 and 144Hz and the list is just growing.
If you actually compare ROG Phone 2 and 3 you can find a lot of upgrades and its not just a price increase.
deeppaul589While you do make some decent points, it's not entirely accurate and some are very flawed.
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Asus is not focusing on important things and what the customer demands,
The resent Rog 3 has issues, which shows their serious flaw with quality control.
The utility of 12GB ram even for a hardcore gamer is very low, Very few people(almost nobody) would need 12GB of ram but almost all the users would desire a good, stable , innovative OS which has regular software updates. But asus seems to be focusing on the almost nobody.
Secondly, Through my personal experience I can say there is not much performance difference from a gaming phone to a non gaming phone with the same SOC, but most non gaming phone in this price range have some sort of water resistance certificate, which this phone dosent have.
In present scenario most games don't even support 120Hz. May be it will be popular in next 2 3 years, then what is the point of using a substandard 144Hz display which has so many issues.
If you are adding custom hardware RGB LED etc, then give us a way to use it ?!
Finally there are ROG 2 was available at ₹35,000, ROG 3 ₹50,000 (42% higher) for a marginally improved performance, a substandard display, no headphone jack. You do the math
Asus is only narrowing down their market.
my opinion on what Asus is doing wrong