It may sound a little unusual at first, but there’s no mistake about it. The latest AnTuTu cores are in and the ASUS ROG phone has topped the charts in almost every category to arrive with a monster score of 299706 on AnTuTu v7.0. The ASUS ROG phone was first announced early in June this year at Computex Taipei.
Then, ASUS made the startling reveal that it would be making its first ROG gaming smartphone. The ROG phone incorporates a 3D vapor-chamber cooling system ultrasonic AirTrigger touch sensors, an exclusive gamer-centric design with side-mounted ports optimized for landscape-mode, a vivid AMOLED display with HDR visuals, a 90Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time for a true gaming experience.
According to ASUS Chairman, Jonney Shih, ROG was founded out of a desire to create a full lineup of ultimate gear designed for gaming victory. Having dominated so far in graphic cards and notebook solutions, we guess that mobile is the next logical step – and what a step forward it has been for the Taiwanese tech giant.
With pure ROG gaming DNA at its core and powered by the world’s fastest 2.96GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform with a gaming-optimized Qualcomm Adreno 630 GPU, the ROG Phone has powered ahead breaking all limits on smartphone gaming. The long-term partnership between ROG and Qualcomm ha apparently born sweet fruit.
Inching in slightly behind the ASUS ROG phone was the Mi Shark with a score of 290602 points and the OnePlus 6 with 289424 points.