The apparent leakages of the Razer Phone 2 hints that we’re nearing to the official launch. Since the beginning of this month, the details of the phone has already circulated online. It was then substantiated when a photo of the phone in comparison to its predecessor was made public. It comes as no surprise though as previous news suggests that the next Razer Phone is coming this 10th of October. So basically, we’re just less than a month away.
Enough politics for today. pic.twitter.com/5nUc3xdden
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 28, 2018
Now, adding to the list is a press render coming from the ever-reliable Evan Blass. Blass didn’t stress all the details, but the photo is more than enough to see what’s in store for Razer fans. The design is identical to its predecessor, stubbornly remains at a boxy 16:9 aspect ratio display. Probably the most notable change is the camera setup at the back. The camera, whilst retaining its orientation, is now located on the upper middle part of the device. The LED flash is now also in between the cameras. There’s no way to tell if the triple-headed snake logo illuminates, or it’s just simply colored. We hope it is though. It pretty dope.
Earlier this month, the Razer Phone 2 visited Geekbench, spilling out the beans. It will reportedly come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, paired with 8GB of RAM. Sadly, the device isn’t launching with Android 9 Pie installed, instead it will allegedly be an Android 8.1 Oreo. The next Razer Phone is expected to utilize the same IGZO LCD display from Sharp which delivers a whopping a 120Hz refresh rate. Finishing is the 7.1 surround sound gamers will be delighted to have.