Asus is holding an event to officially launch its next gaming smartphone on March 10th. But DXOMARK went ahead and published a review of the phone’s audio capabilities a few weeks early, and the review gives us our best look yet at the unusual design of the Asus ROG Phone 5 and its matrix of RGB LED lights on the back of the phone that can be used to display graphics.

Meanwhile there’s more evidence (or at least hearsay) indicating that LG’s phone with a rollable display may never be released, another day, another single-board computer, and a bunch of new developments in the Linux smartphone space.

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3 replies on “Lilbits: ROG Phone 5, LG Rollable, and Spotify HiFi”

  1. Hey Brad, your linuxsmartphone article is not accessible on the main page (of your new site), I read it just through the link in this post. (I hope I made sense). You can delete this friendly reminder!!

    1. The last post I have access to is about the F(x)tec Pro1-X from February 16.

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