The phone was relatively successful and a follow-up device has officially been confirmed, with whispers calling it the Razer Phone 2.
Just a year ago, Razer surprisingly launched its first-gen phone, the Razer Phone 1. It seems like Razer's designers didn't get the memo, and the design looks quite dated.
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The chunkier bezels, which seem nearly double the size of the ones on the original Razer Phone, have also slightly reduced the size of the top and bottom speaker grills. Under the hood, the phone has Snapdragon 835 which was last year's flagship SOC packed with 4000 mAh battery. If the render is real and coming from Razer, it could be pointing to an announcement on October 10. To do this, just say, not so easy, since they are not at all upcoming Razer Phone 2 is, apparently, completely copy the design from its predecessor. The last we heard about this handset was that it would come with 512GB of onboard storage after it was spotted on popular benchmarking software AnTuTu.
The lock screen also gives away the date of the unveiling of the Razer Phone 2 which is set for October 10, the very next day after Google takes the wrappers off its Pixel 3 lineup.
Leaks peg the device featuring a 1440×2560 resolution display along with a Snapdragon 845 processor clocked at 1.77 GHz. The phone is also expected to support the effects of the company's Chroma LED. Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.