Asus RoG Phone III will be released in July
Now only the date is missing because the month we already know officially. Following the partnership with Tencent, Asus RoG Phone III will be released in July.
It is now official, through its account at Weibo, aimed at Asus smartphone gamers, the company will announce the ROG Phone III in partnership with Tencent in July.
Both companies published the same image. While we now know that Asus’ top of the line tops will arrive next month, both companies are making a mystery about the date.
One thing is certain, given the publication, we already know that the smartphone that will be launched in China will be personalized by Tencent. Last year at the launch of the ROG Phone II, Tencent brought in addition to its name printed on the back of the smartphone, it also brought special content for the owners of the Asus gamer smartphone.
We also know that the partnership is good for both sides, first because this is the second year in a row, second because Tencent would not be left out of the launch of the third generation of the ROG Phone. Recalling that the ROG Phone II was at the top of the Antutu list for more than a month until it was beaten by the new releases already with a superior processor from Qualcomm itself.
Tencent Games said that the partnership with Republic of Gamers in China will be even more profound when we talk about “optimizing the company’s gaming performance to make the most of the hardware of the gamer smartphone, creating a unique experience for the gamer user”.
The “Tencent” edition of ROG Phone II last year was sold from CNY3,500 (US $ 510), that is, 40% cheaper than the standard version that started to be sold by CNY6,000 (US $ 870).
The same is expected to happen again this year with Tencent’s ROG Phone 3, in addition rumors point to a version of up to 16GB of RAM.
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