A few days ago the Asus ROG Phone 5 shocked the world by basically hitting the middle during a traditional bend test. Considering none of his predecessors had such issues, this was surprising, to say the least.
We were curious to find out what could explain the situation, and fortunately Zack from JerryRigEverything has now made a video download for ROG Phone 5, which you can see posted below.
He tries to get to the bottom of the capture event, and taking the back of the device immediately unlocks the inside which is different from anything else we’ve ever seen, with two different batteries sitting at the top and bottom of the central board. There is no elbow to reinforce the internal structures, the phone has only a leaning frame.
And half-cutting occurred mainly in areas where the frame is most dangerous because of the cut. So that probably explains everything. The Asus ROG phone 5 also has a large steam cooling room, but it does not match the one hired by the Sony Xperia Pro.