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Acer Rog Phone 5 - The Most Powerful Phone In Existence With 18GB Of RAM!

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The Review, simple and straight to the point! You can feel the Love for the tech, no annoying irritating bootlicking to the developers, this review is for the people and interested customers. But do anyone know anything about ongoing software support from ASUS? I read on XDA that they are not known to be good in this area. ANd also just crazy hardware specs just for a phone and not using it for calls 😛 

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On 7/12/2021 at 11:25 AM, Empire said:

The Review, simple and straight to the point! You can feel the Love for the tech, no annoying irritating bootlicking to the developers, this review is for the people and interested customers. But do anyone know anything about ongoing software support from ASUS? I read on XDA that they are not known to be good in this area. ANd also just crazy hardware specs just for a phone and not using it for calls 😛 

You are absolutely on point with how the review came out not trying to take the side of developers. It's in a way to convince you if you want or dissuade you, if you are not interested. 

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On 7/12/2021 at 5:25 AM, Empire said:

The Review, simple and straight to the point! You can feel the Love for the tech, no annoying irritating bootlicking to the developers, this review is for the people and interested customers. But do anyone know anything about ongoing software support from ASUS? I read on XDA that they are not known to be good in this area. ANd also just crazy hardware specs just for a phone and not using it for calls 😛 

Asus software support for PC is pretty hit and miss as certain laptops and components are always well supported while others tend to be a buggy mess. I'm not sure what their mobile support is like though.

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22 hours ago, killamch89 said:

Asus software support for PC is pretty hit and miss as certain laptops and components are always well supported while others tend to be a buggy mess. I'm not sure what their mobile support is like though.

Seriously, that becomes a big challenge when you don't really know if it's going to be compatible with your own PC or not which can be nerve-racking. 

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