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Asus ROG Phone 2 hands-on images leaked

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The Asus ROG Phone 2 is expected to launch on July 23rd in China & the company also revealed that it is going to be powered by the Snapdragon 855 Plus SOC that launched recently. It is already confirmed that the phone is coming with a 120Hz display & today, the hands-on images of the phone leaked that confirmed the same & also revealed the design from the front.

As seen in the images above, the design remains the same as ROG Phone of last year, at least from the front. There is an 18:9 display, most likely AMOLED. The other image shows the option to choose between the three refresh rates, i.e., 60Hz, 90Hz & 120Hz. If it is an AMOLED panel indeed, then the Asus ROG Phone 2 would be the world’s first phone with 120Hz OLED display.

We still don’t know how the phone looks like from the rear so let’s wait for some more leaks.

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