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ASUS ROG Ally X Key Specs And Pricing Tipped Ahead Of Its Launch On 2nd June

A few days back ASUS officially announced to unveiling of the all-new ROG Ally X gaming handheld console on June 2nd. The launch will be live-streamed on the company’s YouTube channel. Some major details regarding this upcoming console were also revealed online.

Now ahead of the upcoming launch of this console, a user @MysteryLupin on X platform has shared some key details regarding the ASUS ROG Ally X.

According to the tipster, ASUS ROG Ally X will feature a 7-inch display that offers FHD resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate and will be powered by AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme chipset. The same details were revealed in a previous report.  Other than this the tipster also mentioned that the device will be offering 1TB SSD. It will be arriving in a Black color option and is said to be priced at $799 which is $100 more than its predecessor- ROG Ally.

The tipster did not reveal anything regarding the battery specs but the gaming console is also said to arrive with a substantial battery life improvement as earlier the ASUS ROG Ally users had some complaints regarding the battery life of the device. The console is said also to arrive with revised grips and slight tuning to the D-Pad, Joysticks, and triggers.

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