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ASUS ROG Phone 3 series gets a price cut in PH - starting at Php29,995

 After the launch event of the most anticipated game-changing ROG Phone 5 lineup, ASUS cuts the prices of its ROG Phone 5 series’ predecessor, makes the ROG Phone 3 lineup even more affordable, starting at only Php29,995. 

The ROG Phone 3 series comes in two variants, the Strix Edition and the Classic Edition. The series uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 series SoC, which is still relevant, it can still handle heavy games, considering it only aged a year. The processor varies on each variant, on the Strix Edition, you get the standard Snapdragon 865, while on the other hand, you can get the Snapdragon 865+, that is, the Classic Edition. Both devices are bundled with AeroActive Cooler 3 and AeroCase 3 out-of-the-box.


To recap, the ROG Phone 3 series is built around a 6.59-inch Full HD AMOLED panel, with HDR10+, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, and refresh rate support for up to 144Hz. The display is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 6. The series is equipped with a 64MP triple-camera setup for the wide, 13MP for the ultrawide, and 5MP for the macro. It also has a 24MP camera equipped on the front for selfies.

Furthermore, the ROG Phone 3 series runs on ROG UI or ZenUI based on Android 10, allowing users to choose a different interface that matches up to their taste. The ROG Phone 3 series is powered by a Snapdragon 865 5G series, Adreno 650 GPU, paired with UFS 3.1 for storage, as well as LPDDR5 for the RAM. Other highlights include an in-display fingerprint sensor, a 6,000mAh battery with 30W for fast charging experience, dual front-facing stereo speakers, and many more.


You can now get the ROG Phone 3 series at their brand-new prices: the ROG Phone 3 Strix Edition with Snapdragon 865, 8GB RAM, and 256GB of storage now costs Php29,995 – (Php39,995 old SRP) alongside the ROG Phone 3 Classic Edition with Snapdragon 865+, 12GB RAM, and 512GB of storage now costs Php39,995 – (Php49,995 old SRP). Click here to check the local availability of the device and to see the store list.

Source: ASUS Republic of Gamers (on Facebook)