Asus is about to roll out a stable Android 10 update to its Asus ROG Phone 2. ROG 2, released by Asus exclusively as a gaming phone, is now receiving its fifth iteration of the beta update of Android 10.
Back in November 2019, Asus posted in its community forum, requiring the interested owners of ROG Phone II who want to try the Android 10 update on their phone ahead of release. The users would be beta testers and will also join the beta testing program.
A month after, the first beta update for the Asus ROG Phone 2 released. The update came with a bunch of new features inspired by the Android 10. And many others from the gaming division of the Taiwanese company as well.
At the time of the first beta update, some of the early adopters of the Android 10, also faced some bugs like red tint things that popped up. Later, the bug was fixed. But, since then, we have not heard much about the developments.
However, it appears during this short period of about a month, Asus has pushed five firmware Android 10 beta updates to the Asus ROG Phone II. The latest beta update is arriving with a version number 17.0210.1912.39, and it brings some bug fixes and stability improvements.
The complete changelog of the latest beta 5 Android 10 update for ROG Phone 2 include:
- Improved system stability
- Improve accessory stability
- Fix launcher setting issue
However, with the rolling out of the ROG Phone II Android 10 beta 5 updates, there is no doubt that Asus is moving closer to release the stable version, possibly in the early February 2020.