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The Asus ROG Phone 5 has a largely similar design as its predecessor, the ROG 3: a black rectangle (or white, if you get the Ultimate version) with the buttons and ports in the same places. There are several improvements, of course – for instance, the back cover’s RGB-lit ROG icon is now filtered through blocks that make it look 8-bit – but most are less noticeable.
There’s a volume button rocker above a power button on the right side, with capacitive touch buttons on the extreme top and bottom edges of the right side that act as shoulder buttons. On the left side is the USB-C port that’s been in the ROG series since its inception, but this time around, instead of another cable port there’s a capacitive strip to connect to accessories. And since that’s shallower than a port, it makes the rubber plug (to keep out dust and sand) easier to pop out.
The phone’s few shortcomings, like its limited camera suite, haven’t been radically improved to come to parity with standouts like the Samsung Galaxy S21 range. But they get fewer and fewer with every new ROG phone, and the Asus ROG Phone 5 has managed some quality-of-life advantages over other Android phones to the point that it’s competitive with non-gaming smartphones – so long as you don’t need the best camera smartphones.
The ASUS ROG Phone 5 starts at Rs 49,999 and for the price, offers the ultimate smartphone gaming experience. Consequently, if you`re the type to take your mobile gaming seriously, you need not look any further than ASUS` offering. That being said, the ROG Phone 5 comes with its fair share of compromises too, and from its sizable form factor to its sub-par cameras and lack of any sort of weather-proofing, the smartphone will make prospective buyers second-guess their purchase decision.&nbs …
No surprises here, the ASUS ROG Phone 5 is the fastest Android phone you can get your hands on at the moment. The device is backed by Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 888 processor which works alongside 12GB of LPDDR5 memory and 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Coupled with the handset’s rapid display, animations and transitions fly on the phone and I didn’t run into any performance-related issues with the device during my stint with it. You can comfortably max out all the graphics settings on your favourite games without affecting the frame rates, which is great. Moreover, seeing how the phone ships with a high-refresh rate screen, you’ll notice minimal tearing on titles that can output high frame rates too.
Now, thankfully, you don’t have to scour the interwebs to find the games that can make the most of the ROG Phone 5’s innards. In fact, ASUS has a dedicated section in its armoury crate app that’ll highlight all the games which are bettered by a 120Hz or a 144Hz screen, the likes of which include Unkilled, Into the Dead, Injustice 2, etc. For the purpose of my testing, I stuck with Call of Duty Mobile and Genshin Impact as they are two of the most demanding Android titles. To that note, the smartphone was able to run the games effortlessly and be it exploring the vast jungles of Genshin Impact, or getting into heated gun battles in CoD, the handset never slowed down to catch its breath.
The ASUS ROG Phone 5 ships with Android 11 out of the box. The custom skin doesn’t stray too far away from stock Android albeit does ship with a plethora of features and utilities, including a built-in theme store, support for navigation as well as screen on and off gestures and much more. On the whole, I was quite satisfied with the software experience on the phone and if anything, I would’ve liked to see support for third-party icon packs. Also, ASUS doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to software updates, but I hope the company has turned a new leaf with its latest handset.
ASUS claims that the camera setup on the ROG Phone 5 wasn’t all that high on the company’s priority list and it shows. Not only does the phone make use of pretty much the same camera setup as the ROG Phone 3, but the images pale in comparison to the competition (quite literally). Specs-wise, the smartphone comes with a 64MP Sony IMX686 sensor that works alongside a 13MP wide-angle lens with a 125-degree FoV and a 5MP macro sensor. For selfies, the device gets a 24MP shooter up front.