Take your mobile gaming to the next level with the ROG Phone II Dual-SIM 512GB Smartphone from ASUS. The ROG Phone II is specifically designed for people who take their mobile games seriously. The huge 6.6" 10-bit HDR AMOLED display gives you vibrant colors and Delta-E<1 color accuracy. The stunning visuals are designed to run super smoothly thanks to a 120 Hz/1 ms refresh rate. Powering it all is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus 2.96 GHz octa-core CPU, Adreno 640 GPU, and 12GB of LPDDR4X RAM.
With that much power under the hood of a slim, smartphone frame, ASUS incorporated the GameCool system to keep everything running smoothly. It offers 3D vapor chamber cooling, copper heat sink, vents in the back cover, and a detachable external AeroActive Cooler. Even the included Aero Case works to improve heat dissipation. To help ensure you have enough power to play longer, the ROG Phone II utilizes a massive 6000mAh battery with QuickCharge 4.0 support. Additional gaming features include DTS:X Ultra surround sound, UltraSonic AirTriggers, and more.
The ROG Phone II is built for more than just gaming. As a high-end smartphone, the ROG Phone II has a dual-camera system with huge 48MP wide-angle and 13MP ultrawide sensors. On the front, you have a 24MP camera for your selfie needs. The rear can snap videos up to 4K/60, while the front captures at 1080p/30. A beefy 512GB of storage provides you with plenty of space for hi-res selfies, 4K videos, and a library of the latest in mobile gaming.
The ROG Phone II us unlocked and runs the Android 9.0 Pie operating system with custom ROG UI. It's compatible with GSM/4G LTE networks, and if you travel a lot or have a separate work number, you can take advantage of the Dual SIM slots to access both accounts. Connect to the internet and other devices with built-in WiGig (802.11ad), Wi-Fi Direct, and Bluetooth 5.0. The ROG Phone II also supports NFC technology for making phone-to-phone data transfers or mobile payments where supported.
Note: Not compatible with all cellular networks. Please make sure your provider uses a frequency or band that this phone supports. You can check which bands this phone works with in the Specifications.