Late last year we received a little surprise from Razer. The gaming company released their first smartphone and, as expected, targeted gamers. Developed as a gaming phone, it started a trend that was followed by several other companies, including ASUS, Xiaomi, and even Samsung. As you can imagine, many are enthusiastic about his successor.
Last year, Razer was one of the few cell phones to make informed choices in both the phone's design and software experience. The higher refresh rate screen, stereo speakers, and even fingerprint scanner placement are designed for the best experience, whether you're playing or watching videos. It was not perfect though. Its boxy design, LCD panel and lack of headphone jack have kept some people from doing so. With Razer's second attempt, fans now hope they improve on the bugs and add new features.
- Operating System: Android 8.1
- CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
- GPU: Adreno 630
- RAM: 8 GB
- Storage : 64 or 512 GB
- Display: 5.72 inches 120 Hz IGZO QuadHD LCD
- Rear Cameras: Dual 12 MP
- Front Cameras: No info
- Audio: Dual front speaker
- Battery: 4,000 mAh
Similar design with RGB  Razer is borrowing heavily from latest design, offering a phone that's about the same size as last year (the length and depth are the same, the width is 0.05 inches larger). Apart from this year's glass back, it's difficult to keep the two phones apart.
However, one important addition (depending on who you ask) is the inclusion of Razer Chroma. Chroma is Razer's RGB software, which is included in all their gaming products, from laptops to speakers. The logo on the back is now controllable with chroma, so you can configure the color to your liking. Whether you want the RGB to reflect what's going on in the game or warn you about alerts, the possibilities are endless.
A Return of These Great Speakers
In addition to the 120 Hz Ultramotion display, the front was stereo Speakers One of the outstanding features of the first Razer phone. Each speaker had its own amplifier, supported Dolby Atmos and was THX certified. The result was some of the loudest and clearest speakers ever seen on a smartphone, overshadowing the power of many laptop speakers. These speakers return in the Razer Phone 2, in the same position as last year.
The Razer Phone 2 will once again have the highest refresh rate on a 120Hz smartphone. The panel they introduced with their predecessor is a 2560×1440 IGZO LCD panel, however, thanks to IGZO technology, Razer can double the standard refresh rate of other phones and improve the appearance on the display Razer Phone 2, especially while playing.
However, since the Razer Phone 2 is a gaming phone, Razer Phone 2 is again adapting this adaptive sync technology, which adjusts the refresh rate of the display to the frames generated by the GPU – through these two things the resulting image becomes fluid and fluid, which makes the game better.
The Razer Phone 2 wil I receive upgrade to its Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. This is the best SoC available for non-Huawei, non-Samsung, and non-Apple devices, and simply runs the latest games with the highest settings, including PUBG Mobile and Fortnite
Razer also brings back the 8GB of RAM it contained in its predecessor. With such a large amount of RAM, not only the gaming performance remains high, but also the daily tasks. Similar to its predecessor, the Razer Phone 2 stores many background apps, so you can easily return to an app that you changed some time ago.
There will be a 512GB storage option, just like the new iPhone X S X S Max, and Galaxy Note 9. Unlike the iPhones Razer Phone 2 but have expandable memory that supports up to 2TB (if a (19659002) Although Razer includes one of the better USB C dongles for wired headphones, it does not replace the ease of use of a 3.5mm headphone jack Razer renounced this port on the Razer Phone 2
However, Razer has been able to improve the dust and water resistance of the Razer Phone 2. The new model is IP67 and therefore completely dustproof It can be up to 30 minutes immersed in up to one meter of water, which is a pretty big surprise, especially as the speculation on the internet was that the speakers prevented the possibility of water resistance Good job, Razer!
En In spite of the stock, Razer opts for Android 8.1 Oreo instead of Android 9.0 Pie. It's a bit disappointing as users of Razer Phone 2 would benefit from the new controls for UI and gestures. However, if last year's model is an indication, Razer will quickly update the phone to Android 9.0 Pie.
Pricing & Availability 19659017] The Razer Phone 2 starts at $ 799 for the 64GB version. There is only one color: Mirror Black. Pre-orders will begin on October 11, just after midnight Pacific Time (in other words, as soon as the calendar reverses from October 10 to October 11). There is not a word yet about when the devices will be shipped, but we'll keep you up to date.