ROG Phone 2 Malaysia edition w/ 12GB + 512GB, 6000mAh batt now available starting from RM3499

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After several months of waiting, the wait is finally over. ASUS Malaysia has officially brought in the ROG Phone 2 and compared with the Tencent version (imported), the Malaysia set will start straight from 12GB of RAM with 512GB or up to 1TB storage (in November). The following price will start from RM3499 and RM4499 respectively and here's what you need to know on how to get one. 

As you may or may not be aware, the pre-order sales have already ended and it's tough to say if the ones on Shopee is still on-going as it started on 15 October 2019. Besides the 12GB + 512GB / 1TB memory capacity, the rest of the tech specs, features, and the design is more or less the same, which you may check out our coverage right here. The ones worth higlighting is the 6000mAh battery, SD 855+ chipset, a 120Hz fresh rate and 250Hz touch sensory display.

On top of that, the company will also be selling gaming accessories for the customers and boy, there are a bunch of them for every need. This includes a new version of the TwinView II, ROG Kunai Gamepad, DT Dock and a WiGig Display Dock Plus. You can purchase each accessory separately of if you're crazy enough, you can actually buy the whole ROG Superpack luggage with some more extra accessories for RM6999. Dayum son! Below is the official price tag for each accessory:

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These two are already available within the box

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The Lighting Bumper is seriously lit

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The Superpack will only be available online, the total value is RM7392 but they cut it down to RM6999!

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The Superpack luggage!

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Customers who are interested in purchasing can sign up to an ASUS authorized dealer or purchase online at Lazada and Shopee. Stay tuned for more ASUS news at TechNave.com.