ASUS ROG Phone 2.0 Concept Sports Motorized Speakers: Video

A YouTube channel called ‘Concept Creator’ has released yet another concept design, this time around we get to check out the ASUS ROG Phone 2.0. As most of you know, ASUS had released its very first gaming smartphone, the ROG Phone, earlier this year. ASUS is most certainly not planning to release its successor until next year, though, but Concept Creator decided to come up with a design that would be appealing to consumers and has released an imaginary second-gen ROG Phone for all of us to check out.

Now, interestingly enough, the designer envisioned this phone with movable parts. Much like the OPPO Find X, this imaginary ROG Phone has movable parts, though unlike the OPPO Find X, this phone comes with movable parts both on its top and bottom. It seems like front-facing speakers can come out when needed on this device, as you can see in the provided video. Once those speakers are tucked away, though, the devices sports extremely thin bezels, though it still has some bezel above and below the display. The phone’s display sports rounded corners, and there are two cameras included on the back of the device. These two cameras are horizontally-aligned, and a dual-LED flash is included in-between them, while the designer envisioned 12 and 16-megapixel cameras for the ASUS ROG Phone 2.0. ASUS’ ROG logo is included on the back of the phone, and the back of the device still looks quite interesting, which was the case with the ASUS ROG Phone as well. On top of everything, the designer also envisioned a Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate for this handset.

The designer also envisioned an 89-percent screen-to-body ratio for this device, which is a considerably higher screen-to-body ratio compared to the ASUS ROG Phone that was released earlier this year. A power / lock key is included on the right-hand side of this concept phone, while its volume up and down buttons sit on the left. That is more or less it, if you’d like to check out this design for yourself, a YouTube video has been embedded down below.

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