The image provided showcases with an early look at what the new Razer Phone 2 will seem like. The original Razer Phone shows a November 1 date, which is when it was announced previous year. We're hoping the firm continues to diverge from the relaxation of the market with a uncommon portion of work, not not like what they did with the first Razer Cell phone. 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.
The US-based gaming professional brand, Razer, is all set to launch the Razer Phone successor, the Razer Phone 2 on October 10. A few of the smartphone's specifications and features have been confirmed via the company's executives or benchmarking websites.
Razer has sent a message to media outlets informing them they should "save the date" for October 10.
Razer Phone 2 invites arrive for an October 10 debut
The first phone included features such as a screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz, along with the support for Ultra motion which allowed the screen to have a variable update frequency for games.
Razer is also joining the party with their cleverly named Razer Phone 2. One of the primary reason is that the company is incorporating a bigger battery, most probably with 4,500mAh capacity. The current rumours for specs for the phone include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC and 8GB of RAM, at least according to an entry on Geekbench claming to be from the phone.
It's rumored the phone will have up to 512GB of storage and will operate using Android 8.1, or Oreo, according to Android Headlines. Tell us your thoughts down in the comments.More news: Cincinnati Bengals quickly burying memories of 2017 dud