Giant from Taiwan Introduces Ultimate Version of its ROG Phone 2 - with Volume storage Internally that doesn't even exist on some laptops
We knew even earlier that you were a friend Asus Wants to significantly increase its competitiveness in the smart device world, and its sophisticated and exciting gaming model ROG Phone 2 is just one illustration of some of this. We now find that the formidable device also has a super version that will take all its features to the cutting edge, without exception.
The ROG Phone 2 Ultimate Edition will offer an elegant matte black shade and slightly more subdued than the "standard" version of the ROG Phone 2, along with the same chip Snapdragon 855 Plus is rushed and screen OLED Of 6.59 inches with a refresh rate of 120 Hz - but with the addition of terabytes storage Internal (!) In the leading UFS 3.0 standard that exists in the field today, memory 4GB LPDDR12X and even a fourth generation Cat.20 download modem for a theoretical speed of up to 2 GB per second. All this plus a built-in 6,000mAh battery, of course.
Basus promise to use only the most successful units chip The Snapdragon 855 Plus is down from the production line to ensure Performence As high and as uniform as possible between the various devices, as well as guarantee minimum user finger contact times and maximum uniformity in the advanced display panel offering 108 percent coverage of the professional DCI-P3 standard assembly - with calibration to ensure minimal deviation (deltaE <1) .
The Ultimate Edition model Asus Plans to sell only through its European online store, at the price of 1,200 Euro including the local equivalent of VAT - about NIS 4,700 in conversion to our local market terms.
Another model of the ROG Phone 2, with glossy black finish, 512GB fast storage and 12GB of RAM, Will be offered across Europe in a variety of marketing tubes at a recommended price of 900 Euro (or slightly more than NIS 3,500) starting in 20 in September - and we can only hope that at least one of these will be available for purchase in Israel as well. The prices may be far from cheap, but at least on paper there seems to be a specification here that can provide significant competition for any flagship currently on the shelves, even for mobile gaming enthusiasts, but not only.