Asus ROG 3 vs Sony Xperia 1 II

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The Asus ROG phone 3 has an active cooling option for keeping its Snapdragon 865+ at an optimum temperature. Is it any good? Let’s see how the Asus compares with one of the fastest devices of the first half of 2020, the Sony Xperia 1 II.

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  1. You just make a Fun
    This is not a speed test 😏

    Do The Complete Speed Test with Apps Opening and Game Opening.

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  2. I thought the + would have made more a difference tbh, not to mention the cooling on the ROG3 is much beefier with fans and all sorts.
    I am very much looking forward to the 5nm 875 with the new Cortex X1 and Cortex A78 cores.

  3. Damnn that Rog Phone 3 is CERTIFIED BEAST 01:12 seconds 2 seconds better them A13 and 5 seconds better them 865. Damn let's hope Samsung doesn't dissapoint with AMD RDNA GPUs.

  4. Soo in x mode with fan, rog phone destroyed a13 my a margin ( 1:12 vs 1:14,5). This year Qualcomm destroyed the compΓ©tition. And we saw the gap between a12 and a13 was small, the same will hapen for a13 and a14. In opposite the gap between sd 855, 865 and 865+ is huge. So next year soc a14 vs sd875 will we epic ( if sd continue to improve it will destroy by large margin a14)

  5. the biggest factor atleast me will not purchase the asus rog 3 is software upgrade cycle asus roz 1 the flagship of the time is stuck in android pie still ,your phone has top hardware but outdated software

  6. I really appreciate you doing these videos, I really wish you would do a reminder of the tech behind each processor / phone beforehand (how many mali cores at 1.6GHz??) and a league table afterwards.

  7. Last time you test it with asus rog 3 vs iPhone 11. The asud got 1.15 . Now yiu you test with Sony. The time already different. Why Gary?