Asus ROG Gaming Phone Teardown - Are the vents even real?

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Shared December 28, 2018

The Asus ROG Gaming phone is supposedly one of the most powerful gaming phones on the market right now. Get your first audiobook free when you try Audible for 30 days visit or text jerryrig to 500 500! With great Gaming Power comes Great.... cooling capabilities? Its time to Teardown and Take apart the new Asus ROG gaming phone to see what kind of cooling system they have in place. Weve seen the impressive insides of the Razer Phone 2. Will the ROG gaming phone have the same kind of cooling? The easiest way to open up the Asus ROG phone is going through the back glass panel. Using heat to soften the adhesive.

Which gaming phone do you think is cooler? The ROG phone or the Razer Phone 2?

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