Razer, the notable PC equipment organization, has propelled its second era of gaming smartphone named Razer Phone 2 today. The Razer Phone 2 isn’t a reconsidering of the gaming smartphone, it’s simply only a cycle.
It brings various minor overhauls over its predecessor, the most remarkable one being wireless charging support, Snapdragon, 845 SoC, 8GB RAM, QuickCharge 4.0+ support, 4,000mAh battery, and more.
It runs Android 8.1 Oreos. The smartphone sports a 5.72-inch IGZO LCD display with QHD (1440×2560 pixels) resolution. It is a 120Hz UltraMotion display that guarantees a more brilliant screen with zero slack or stammering and accompanies Corning Gorilla Glass 5 security.
It estimates 158.5 x 78.99 x 8.5mm, which makes it marginally more slightly and thicker than the first Razer Phone. On its launch occasion, Razer additionally said that they are working with the developer of PUBG to bring the Razer Phone 2 enhanced game.
In the hand the edges of the Razer Phone 2 are unobtrusively more adjusted that its predecessor, making it more agreeable to hold, and the aluminum outline gives a decent arrangement of unbending nature to the handset.
It accompanies an IP67 rating for water resistance up to 1 meter. Different highlights incorporate double front-terminating stereo speakers with double amplifiers, Dolby Atmos innovation, and 24-bit DAC sound connector.
The Razer Phone 2 is accessible for pre-order right now over at Razer.com for clients in the USA, Europe and Asia-Pacific and with delivery dates yet to be reported. The Razer Phone 2 price is set at $799 which makes it more expensive than its predecessor.