The Razer Phone 2 could end up looking exactly like the original

Angelica Greene
September 17, 2018

As we stated last week, this may create the feeling that the Razer Phone 2 will have some trouble standing out in the market.

The first-generation Razer Phone had features like a 24-bit audiophile quality sound booming through its speakers along with variable refresh rate of its display that allowed users to experience the best gaming experience, unlike any other flagship smartphone that released past year.

According to reports, Razer Phone 2 will deliver 120 GHz refresh rate, which is among the highest refresh rates on a mobile device. And in case you don't know, Google is going to launch its Pixel 3 devices just a day before the Razer Phone 2 is announced, i.e., on October 9. Today we start learning about how it will debut, as Razer sends out save-the-dates for an October 10 event. A few of the smartphone's specifications and features have been confirmed via the company's executives or benchmarking websites.

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Razer doesn't uncover any details in the above image but the green outline is clearly depicting what the phone design will look like. On the software side, the smartphone will run Android 8.1 Oreo, and it might have customised nova launcher user interface on top, similar to its predecessor.

The handset will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor that's coupled with 8GB of RAM and will have storage up to 512GB. The bezels on the Razer Phone 2 appear to be slightly thicker in comparison to the first-generation Razer Phone. It is nearly given that Razer Phone 2 will deliver the best of processor and RAM combination. The phone is also expected to support the effects of the company's Chroma LED. Tell us your thoughts down in the comments.

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