There is no doubt that when it comes to gaming phones ASUS is an ultimate title-holder, and it’s recently launch the ASUS ROG Phone 5 is undoubtedly a beast. It packs all the latest and greatest features and hardware. The ASUS ROG Series has been a gaming-centric smartphone series, but there are some features that are not a complete nightmare to use outside the gaming area.
The Rog 5 comes with stable everyday use features with some killer specifications that can make this smartphone adjusted like a gaming PC. This is definetly a smartphone for gamers, but it also lacks some famous features along with some rough edges.
It might be the perfect phone for some but it is indeed a tough sell with the asking price of Rs 50,000.
To give you a comprehend idea about how perfect the phone is, we reviewed the ASUS ROG Phone 5. Check out the detailed review of the smartphone here!
Build and Design
Let us look at the design and the build of the smartphone first. The ASUS ROG Phone 5 is the fourth-generation gaming phone, and if we talk about the looks of the smartphone then not much is changed. No major redesigning has taken place, perhaps the only major change this year is that there are three different ROG phones instead of one.
The phone gives away a typical ‘80s punk vibe’ with some gaming aesthetic looks, especially because of the RGB logo lightning. The design is much less aggressively ‘gamer’ than the previous ROG Phones — it’s just interesting enough to stand out without being too flashy. The geometric cuts on the camera, paired with the dot-matrix at the bottom with the LED ROG logo, all of this adds up to contribute to its stylish standout in a good way.
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