Asus ROG Phone II Goes Out of Stock due to Coronavirus


Asus ROG Phone II

As reported by GSMArena, Asus India has apparently warned their fans by email that there’s a “disruption in supply chain caused by the prevailing situation in Asia”. This will cause the Asus ROG Phone II to be temporarily out of stock.

The Asus ROG Phone II is Now Out of Stock in India due to Coronavirus

ASUS ROG Phone II

Here’s the full press release:

Dear Fans, We know you’ve been excited to get your hands on the ROG Phone II. While we have had steady availability for long, but due to the disruption in supply chain caused by the prevailing situation in Asia, ROG Phone II will face a temporary shortage.

Rest assured we are working hard to ensure that your favourite gaming smartphone will be back in stock soon. We shall keep you updated.

Thank you for your patience!Team ASUS

The ASUS ROG Phone II was launched back in July of 2019. The smartphone packs the still very powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC, along with a large 6.59-inch AMOLED display featuring a 120Hz refresh rate, Full HD+ resolution and HDR10 support. The device then adopts a 3D Vapor Chamber vacuum cavity temperature equalizing plate, with both copper and aluminum plates. The large dissipating plates allow the handset to run heavy games fluidly without overheating.

Asus ROG Phone II

On the camera side, the ROG Phone II equipds a main 48MP image sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a secondary 13MP f/2.4 ultrawide lens on the back. At the front we instead find a single 24MP selfie snapper with f/2.2 aperture. Other features include an ultra large 6000mAh capacity battery with support for 30W Quick Charge 4.0 fast charging as well as 10W reverse charging (it can be used as a power bank). We then have a dual speaker setup, NFC, FM radio, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, aptX HD, an USB Type-C 3.1 port and Dual-SIM support.

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