Asus’s latest overkill gaming phones arrive in Europe with up to 18GB of RAM


If you’re into Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, then you’ll be pleased to learn that a brand new phone by Asus is now available in Europe. The EOG Gaming Gloster (GG1) is off to a truly pace and performance-wise.

Not a fan of consoles, you won’t be getting the latest iteration of the PS5 or Xbox Series X, but you do have the option of the likes of the Galaxy S21 and Razer Stealth. The fact is you’re buying a laptop-size phone (at least in 2020) so what better way to go than with a good graphics card that can handle your games in detail.

To start off, the EOG Gaming Gloster with 16GB of RAM will be hitting the shelves in Europe first on February 5th. That’s followed in March by the updated model with 10GB of RAM. This isn’t just a decent upgrade – it’s the pinnacle of high-powered gaming – with the brand claiming up to 180 FPS for massive-scalability.

And how do you get the 10GB configuration? To work this out, it’s a pretty big deal, as without the lower-powered configuration you could get confused about performance between the two models – but you can configure your phone in a way to get yourself the 10GB variant.

Graphics out of this world

The Asus promise that “the core capabilities of mobile graphics experience is optimized for hardware-accelerated performance”, with the design of the phone and the fact that it has all that RAM all designed to leave you fonder of the experience.

This hardware-accelerated audio experience is illustrated by the fact that the EOG Gaming Gloster will feature Dynaudio Pro speakers from Yamaha and Philips and Direct waveform technology from Nextbit to add to the rich audio experience of the phone.

The good stuff will be pushed to maximum power by the Snapdragon 888 processor, which is clocked at 2.7GHz. As a result, the 800G7Ghz processor has its memory partitioned in two with the other, which effectively means you’re getting 18GB of power in one bare 2.6GHz chipset.

We’ve already seen the Asus’s 2020 gaming laptops give a 3D rendering to next-gen games like Squadrons, which has a healthy 60fps average, and the brand may have a game-changing Android phone on its hands here.

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