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LordObento

Oct 7, 2019, 9:30 AM
over in the "Review: Asus ROG Phone II for Non-Gamers" discussion:

Which network were you on?

Did you try on AT&T, T-Mobile or both?
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jj2me

Oct 6, 2019, 7:12 PM
over in the "Review: Asus ROG Phone II for Non-Gamers" discussion:

6450 mAh using Moto mod

TurboPower Pack Moto mod + Moto Z3 (more mAh with Z4) gives similar freedom (and bulk) without being unreasonably tall. But that combo is nowhere near as powerful with only a Snapdragon 835 and 4GB of RAM.
GravityFails

Jul 25, 2019, 2:53 AM
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over in the "Hands On with the Asus ROG Phone II" discussion:

Curiouser

This certainly looks like a beast (12GB RAM? I don't own ANYTHING with 12GB, not even a computer), but I'm not quite sure if there's a North American market for something this...beastly. Is this aimed primarily at Asia, or what?

For the presumed price of this phone ($900+) you could get a decent low-midrange gaming PC, and if you buy a peripheral or three, you're getting into solid i7-8700K range. Or if mobility is really your thing, a Switch and about ten full-priced games could be had for a similar amount.

(Either way, and as an aside, I must say that I've been enjoying Phonescoop's coverage these last few months. The new "Hands-On" features are miles better than the old review format, with much more objectivity and even-handed repo...
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