A couple of days back Asus Gaming Phone 2 Geekbench score was leaked which was impressive, but not as impressive as the recently announced ROG Gaming Phone 2 AnTuTu Benchmark score.
Getting into the details, ROG officially released a poster ROG Gaming Phone 2 AnTuTu Benchmark Score. It scored 387,702 points making it the most powerful Android phone to date. The CPU score was around 136,229 points. For the first time, the GPU scored more than CPU with impressive 168,767 points. Moreover, the flash read and write speed is 727MB / s and 211MB / s, which is also great. It should be noted that this is the 8GB RAM version.
Moreover, the phone has recently visited MIIT, revealing most of the specifications. It’s equipped with a 6.59-inch 2340×1080 resolution screen, 120Hz refresh rate, 8GB or 12GB RAM, built-in storage 128GB start, up to 1TB, rear AI triple camera, where the primary lens is 48MP, front 24MP selfie shooter, 5800mAh large battery. It occupied a space of 70.99 x 77.6 x 9.78mm and weighs 240g. Indeed a heavy phone because of the battery capacity. However, gaming phones are intended to be thick similar to the gaming laptops out there. So no complaints.
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