The latest ROG gaming phones from Asus are faster, cooler, and louder

The most recent additions to Asus’ lineup of gaming-oriented smartphones are the ROG Phone 7 and Phone 7 Ultimate. They’re accessible to preorder in Europe and Taiwan beginning today and will send not long from now. In Europe, the Telephone 7 beginnings at €999 (£999.99), while the Telephone 7 Extreme beginnings at €1,399 (£1,199.99).

Amazing Features of the Asus ROG gaming phones

As their focus is on gaming, both devices have the most recent flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor from Qualcomm. However, there is also an “upgraded GameCool 7 thermal system” that keeps the processor cool when it’s being used to get the most performance out of it. Asus claims the telephones’ fume chamber cooling framework disperses heat up to 168 percent more productively than last year’s ROG Telephone 6.

Asus claims that the AeroActive Cooler 7 has a built-in subwoofer that increases bass volume by 77%. That is notwithstanding the telephone’s double front-terminating speakers that clearly have 50% more “powerful volume” than last year’s telephone. If you want to use headphones instead of the built-in speakers, there is a 3.5mm jack.

The AeroActive Cooler 7 has four physical buttons for a more traditional controller experience, a kickstand, RGB lighting (of course), and an additional USB-C port and 3.5mm headphone jack in addition to improving cooling and sound.

The ROG Phone 7 and 7 Ultimate are pretty typical smartphones beneath all these gaming features. The two telephones have 6.78-inch OLED shows with a pinnacle brilliance of 1,500 nits and an invigorate pace of 165Hz.

They have three rear cameras, a 50-megapixel main camera, a 13-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 5-megapixel macro camera, and they are powered by 6,000mAh batteries that can be charged quickly at up to 65W. A definitive model likewise accompanies an adjustable presentation on its back, as we’ve seen with past ROG telephones like the ROG Telephone 5 Extreme.

The ROG Phone 7 and Phone 7 Ultimate are anticipated to launch in the United States at a later date; however, pricing and availability have not yet been made public.