It’s been awhile given a Razer Phone 2 was announced. We had a hands on, published a examination from a U.S. and it was shown off during PAX – though there was still no word on when Aussies could get their hands on one, or how most it would be, Until now. Here’s what we need to know.
Yesterday Razer announced a second era gaming phone, The Razer Phone 2. We don’t have Aussie pricing or a recover date yet, though we did get some time with it progressing this week. Here are a things that stood out
The Razer Phone 2 is accessible from Razer’s central Australian site, as good as Dick Smith for $1,249. You can also get it on a devise exclusively by Optus:
According to a Dick Smith store page, a Razer Phone 2 is now on pre-order though will boat on Dec 4. Comparatively, Razer’s website doesn’t contend anything about pre-ordering and simply allows we to buy it. However, it does have this general line – “The item(s) in your sequence will usually boat once all item(s) are prepared for shipment.” Meanwhile, Optus says ‘Available Now. Delivers in 1-5 days.’
So maybe it’s accessible now? But I’m betting we won’t see one until Dec 4.
Here’s a spec dump:
Android 8.1 • Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 • 8GB of RAM • 64/129GB of storage • microSD label container • 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 120Hz LCD shade • IP67 water-resistance • USB-C pier • Qi wireless charging • bundled 3.5mm jack • 8-MP selfie cam • twin 12-MP back cams (with 2x zoom) • Bluetooth 5.0 • 4,000 mAh battery • accessible in shimmer black.
When Razer birthed a new difficulty of phone final year, a association offering gamers dual facilities that weren’t typically found on your normal handset: a large 4,000 mAh battery and a illusory 120Hz arrangement that done games demeanour and feel additional smooth. But now that a rest of a smartphone universe has started to caring some-more about gaming, aside from a shade and new requisite RGB lighting, how does Razer take a thought of a gaming handset even serve on a new Razer Phone 2?