Users of Asus’ newest gaming smartphone, the ROG Phone II, have a brand new purpose to be comfortable this Holi season. Asus has formally introduced at this time by means of its ROG Global Twitter account that the ROG Phone II is presently receiving the secure model of the Android 10 software program update that was out there in beta till now. Users can both wait for the update notification to pop on their handset or head to Settings > System > System update on their handset to test for it manually.
In what can solely be thought-about an unanticipated social media fake pas, Asus initially printed the announcement on Twitter earlier than hurriedly taking it down yesterday. It’s doubtless the Taiwanese electronics producer determined to make some closing tweaks to the update roll-out process when the tweet was mistakenly despatched out. However, the corporate’s tweet from earlier at this time seems to be closing despite the fact that Asus hasn’t shared too many particulars in regards to the update.
Asus’ announcement on Twitter doesn’t discuss in regards to the dimension of the update or the changelog. It additionally doesn’t point out which areas are set to obtain it first. The tweet states merely, “Starting from today, #ROGPhoneII users will begin to see the Android 10 update hit their devices.” The firm has additionally but to update the ROG Phone II’s official help web page with the brand new firmware file because it nonetheless offers the December 2019 update. Expect the brand new Android 10 update to weigh near 2.5GB in obtain dimension.
The Asus ROG Phone II was launched in India in September 2019 at a beginning worth of Rs 37,999. Like the competitors, this gaming smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chip with as much as 12GB of RAM and 512GB of inside storage capability. Its show is a big 6.59-inch Full HD+ AMOLED unit with a 120Hz refresh charge and its 6000mAh battery helps 30W quick charging utilizing the bundled charger. You can learn our assessment of the Asus ROG Phone II right here.
Starting from at this time, #ROGPhoneII customers will start to see the Android 10 update hit their gadgets.#GameChanger pic.twitter.com/15MA2Y2XaV
— ROG Global (@ASUS_ROG) March 9, 2020