Asus To Release A List Of Games Compatible With The 120 Hz Display Of ROG Phone II
Aadhya Khatri - Sep 13, 2019
Asus is planning to a global release for its ROG Phone II. And the company has just released a list of games compatible with the 120 Hz refresh rate
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Asus is planning to a global release for its ROG Phone II, India is also on the list, after the lunch in China. To prepare for it, the company has just released a full list of games that are compatible with the 120 Hz refresh rate of the device.
The majority of the games on this list support 120 fps and the company said it would add more titles in the future. While this list can be used when users download games, they can also be found on the Armoury Crate app’s Featured page.
Some of the most popular names here are Mortal Kombat, Alto’s Adventure, Injustice 2, Riptide GP: Renegade, Vainglory, Dead Trigger 2, Real Racing 3, Shadow Fight 3, Plague Inc, and many more.
According to the report from XDA, some of the titles on this list have to be configured manually to be played at a higher fps. Users are also advised to make some changes in the Armour Crate app to take full advantage of the phone’s power.
Performance has long been the appeal of ROG phones and Asus continue to apply that philosophy to ROG Phone II. This gaming phone is the first to feature a Snapdragon 855+ SoC which promises an increase of 15% in graphics. Other specs include 512 GB of UFS 3.0 storage and RAM of 12 GB. The second phone from the ROG lineup also has the cooling mechanism and the vapor chamber.
When it comes to the display, the ROG Phone II is no short of appealing features. It features an upgraded 120 Hz 6.59-inch FHD+ display, 10-bit HDR color rendering ability, and 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. There is no notch on the phone and instead, we will have thick bezels on the top and bottom to house the speakers. The touchscreen sampling rate has been bumped to 240Hz and the touch latency of only 49ms.
Another upgrade is the ROG Phone II’s battery, which is now 6,000 mAh and 30W fast charging support. There is no difference in the camera department compared to the first ROG phone, but this year’s release has added the in-display fingerprint scanner.
Here is the full list of games announced on Asus’s forum: