RAZER Phone 2 With Snapdragon 855 chip, 12GB RAM Is Coming!
RAZER Phone 2 With Snapdragon 855 chip, 12GB RAM Is Coming!

Last year, Razer jumped in the gaming smartphone world with their first ever beast – Razer Phone! Notably, this Razer Phone is a great option for all game lovers with its great 8GB RAM and 2TB ROM. However, with the appearance of various gaming phones in 2018, it looks like Razer is stepping up their game.

This year, the US brand is going to introduce the second generation of their Razer Phone with some impressive hardware as well as features. Meet the new Razer Phone 2 now!

Firstly, the Razer Phone 2 beast is a combination between the Nextbit Robin and the Razer Phone, with some tweaks and nice upgrades. In terms of the design, the original RAZER logo at the back is raised a little, along with the device’s dual cameras. Moreover, the bump of the dual cameras system and the Razer logo are at the same level. On the other hand, the Razer handset stays straight when placed on a flat surface thanks to the new design.

Now, let’s see what the new Razer Phone 2 specs pack! Regarding the display, the Razer device sports a Super AMOLED curved 6-inch display (1440 x 2560 pixels). Under the hood, Razer device runs on the highest-end CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset. Besides, the storage provides two variants including 10GB/12GB RAM and 256GB/512GB ROM, which is expandable to 2TB.

Furthermore, the Razer device has a 4000mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge and include 4-rear firing speakers for the true-to-life gaming experience. Additionally, the Razer Phone 2 camera packs dual 16MP TrueDepth primary sensor with a 12MP selfie snapper. As the trend dictates, the RAZER Phone has a fingerprint scanner embedded in the screen and Android P as an operating system.

RAZER Phone 2 release date and price

We can expect to meet the New RAZER Phone in December this year. As for the cost, the RAZER Phone 2 price should cost approximately $769. What do you think about this gaming beast? Drop a comment to let us know now,follow us on twitter and facebook for more news and updates.

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