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An article shows the new ASUS gaming smartphone that recharges itself. Clearly, this is not so, but the confusion about the type of connection sends the device into crisis.

ASUS Rog Phone recharges itself by self-feeding? At first glance, it could actually be so but looking better at the video published by Android Police it turns out that the new generation smartphone of ASUS has some problem in recognizing the ports present on it and if you wanted to play with the two USB-C ports you could send the smartphone a bit in crisis.

The new ASUS Rog Phone we know how a device designed and designed for gaming with a prestigious technical sector and above all important hardware. Here is that the device consists of a 6-inch AMOLED display with Full HD resolution + (1080 × 2160 pixels) and no notch in the upper part. The screen has a refresh rate of 90Hz and a response time of less than 1 millisecond. Plus it supports the HDR standard.

The processor is a Snapdragon 845 octa-core that can reach up to 2.96GHz. We have an Adreno 630 GPU, 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128 GB of internal UFS 2.1 memory, although unfortunately not expandable. The smartphone is equipped with a dual 12-megapixel ƒ / 1.8 cameras with image stabilization and a 120-megapixel 120-megapixel camera. The two cameras can also be made in conjunction to make photos with blur effect.

Particularity as mentioned that has put in crisis the smartphone is undoubtedly the double USB-C port that has been positioned by ASUS both in the lower part of the device and in the side. In this case, in the video, you can see well how to place the same cable with the ends in the two USB-C ports of the ROG Phone confuses the ASUS that triggers the symbol of the recharge of the battery even if the charging is not it occurs.

The USB-C / USB-C cable can be used to synchronize and transfer data from one device to another or to be used together with a compatible USB-C power supply to charge the device from a power outlet. In short, the recharge of the same smartphone is not yet a reality.

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