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Asus ROG Phone 6 review: True premium gaming phone

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The Asus ROG Phone series caters to a niche gaming segment. The latest ROG Phone 6 comes with a sleek design language, and the internals are packed with significantly upgraded specs over its predecessor.

I’ve had this device for nearly a week now, and here are my thoughts on a premium gaming smartphone.

Design, manufacturing quality, display

Asus ROG Phone 6 features one of the industry’s most visually stunning design languages ​​for smartphones.

The Phantom Black model looks great in daylight, and the value-added features on the back make it even more beautiful for gamers. It boasts a dual RGB LED display with ROG (Republic of Gamers) signature Fearless Eye dot-matrix logo and supports a color gradient look that uses two different colors simultaneously. Users can also customize lighting with numerous colors and several preset mood lighting schemes.

Asus ROG Phone 6. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

It also boasts two Type-C ports instead of one. This is another unique feature of the phone. A second port in the middle (landscape mode) is useful for connecting accessories like the AeroActive Cooler 6 to reduce heat, graphics-rich games or when using a battery pack to make the phone last longer.

It’s also one of the few handsets with a 3.5mm audio jack, so you can put on your favorite wired headphones and get lagness audio sync while playing like battle royale, shooter, or adventure action . genre video games.

It also has an IPX4 water resistance certification, ensuring your device can withstand accidental splashes. The company also offers a high-quality thin case with thick cushions on the four edges to ensure your phone can withstand accidental drops. It also doesn’t add too much weight or thickness to your phone. Yes, the phone is large for the average user, but the case provides more grip for your fingers to hold the phone.

With Asus ROG Phone 6 case. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

There is also an empty space around the rim of the case to ensure that the AirTrigger 6’s ultrasonic sensor receives press input from your fingers while playing games.

Asus ROG Phone 6 features a 6.78-inch Full HD+ (2448 × 1080p) OLED display powered by a Pixelworks i6 processor. The screen supports a 165Hz refresh rate, a 720Hz touch sampling rate, and a peak brightness of up to 1,200nits. The screen is protected by a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass Victus Shield.

Browsing and reading content on the big screen is smooth, and even better when playing games.

It also has an in-display fingerprint sensor, which works well as advertised.

ROG Phone 6 is powered by a 4nm-class Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. This is currently the most powerful chipset in all premium Android phones. Yes, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 was announced just a week ago, but the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 ensures the phone’s performance and fast response to live up to users’ expectations for the long haul.
The chipset can clock peak CPU speeds of up to 3.2Ghz and is backed by an Adreno next-gen GPU.

Asus ROG Phone 6 performance score in Geekbench app (screengrab)

ROG Phone 6 also boasts a unique GameCool 6 cooling system that includes 360-degree CPU cooling technology, a 30% larger vapor chamber, 85% larger graphite sheets6, and a central CPU design that enhances heat dissipation from the CPU. . core.

Asus ROG Phone 6 gives tips on how to use the device. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

During our review period, Asus phones still do an excellent job in terms of thermal performance, the best we’ve seen so far this year.

The Asus ROG Phone 6 has an AirTrigger sensor. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

Combining the ROG Phone 6 series with Armory Crate’s new performance manager allows gamers to adjust performance settings for different games and gain a competitive edge in any gaming scenario.

Asus ROG Phone 6 Weapon Box feature. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

Also, during the phone’s setup, Asus did a good job by providing tips on how to make the most of game-centric features like the air trigger sensors around the edge and the Armory Crate for the best gaming experience. I had a lot of fun playing Asphalt 9: Legend and loved the haptic engine feedback when I hit the Nitro during the race to speed up the car.

Asphalt 9: Legendary game for Asus ROG Phone 6. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

It runs a year-old Android 12, but Android 13 doesn’t offer much improvement over its predecessor, so it’s hard to miss. The ROG UI on the phone is easy to understand after just a few hours of use.

As for battery life, there are two 3,000mAh cells for a total capacity of 6,000mAh. Up to 2 days of normal use. Even if you’re an extreme user and play games for hours a day, this phone can easily run you all day at home without worrying about your device turning off before dinner time.

It also came with a 65W charger, and it took just over an hour to fully charge the device from zero to 100%. In 40 minutes you can reach the 65% mark.

photo shoot
The new Asus phone features a triple camera module: a main 50MP (1/1.56-inch Sony IMX766 sensor, 1μm pixel size, f/1.9), a 13MP 125-degree ultra-wide-angle camera (f/2.4), and a 5MP macro. Sensor (f/2.0).

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

ROG Phone 6’s camera shines best in natural light conditions. The quality of the outdoor photos is very high, and the main subject flowers look rich and vivid. Yes, the pictures are a little warmer than what we see through our eyes. But that being said, the images are really good and worth sharing on social media platforms.

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

Portrait mode is also perfect. As you can see in the sample photos, the camera does an excellent job of creating a depth of field effect between the foreground subject and the background. Also, the edges around the stems of the flower buds are well defined.

Asus ROG Phone 6 portrait mode camera sample. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample with night mode on. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

As far as night mode is concerned, ROG Phone 6’s camera manages to preserve the dark essence of the night sky. Unlike others, it doesn’t blow up the frame with too much light, creating a twilight-inspired photo.

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample with night mode on. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

At an ultra-wide angle, the phone does a great job of covering a large area. Here, the ROG Phone 6 does not fail in this regard.

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

Supports video recording up to 8K at 30 fps (frames per second), 4K at 60 fps, 4K slow motion at 120 fps, 1080p at 240 fps, and 720p at 480 fps.

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

Video quality is decent and on par with most premium phones on the market.

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

The ROG Phone 6 has a 12MP (Sony IMX663 sensor) on the front. It takes pretty good selfies outdoors with natural light. Even indoors, the image is decent at best.

Asus ROG Phone 6 camera sample. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

final thoughts
If I had to describe the Asus ROG Phone 6 in two words, it would be “gamer’s delight.” It has a unique bespoke design for gamers and has everything under the hood to provide an immersive and smooth playing experience. And the value-added air trigger feature makes it even more attractive.

Asus ROG Phone 6. Credit: DH Photo/KVN Rohit

And it has the best thermal performance of any phone we’ve reviewed so far this year. Battery life is also excellent.

Overall, the ROG Phone 6 is a complete gaming phone package.

In India, the Asus ROG Phone 6 is available in two colors, Phantom Black and Storm White, for Rs 71,999 (12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage).

In addition to its e-commerce website, Asus is the first to launch a premium gaming phone. vijay sales.

The company will also set up an experience demo zone in its Vijay Sales showroom to give prospective customers a first-hand experience of using and playing the game, enabling them to make informed purchasing decisions.

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