The strange Razer Phone kick-started a stream trend of gaming smartphones, bringing a 120Hz arrangement to a table. We know a Razer Phone 2 is on a way, however, and a latest trickle shows us a device in all a glory.
New renders performed by sequence tipster Evan Blass uncover both a front and behind of a Razer Phone 2. The front looks like a same aged phone expelled final year, down to those thick borders and camera/sensor locations. The arrangement also seems to have a same 16:9 shade ratio as final year’s indication — no 18:9 arrangement here.
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— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 28, 2018
Switch to a behind and you’ll find several apparent changes here, starting with a lit-up Razer logo. If a rumors are indeed true, afterwards we’d design a ability to change a logo’s colors around a Chroma app.
The other vital change on a behind is a redesigned camera housing, as Razer opts for a center-mounted dual-camera setup (much like a LG V30). The prior device delivered a camera housing in a top-left corner.
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We can’t utterly make out either there’s a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, as seen on a strange Razer Phone. Nevertheless, there isn’t a scanner on a back, suggesting an in-display sensor or (more likely) a side-mounted solution.
The Razer Phone 2 is set to launch on Oct 10 (check a date on a phone too) and we’re awaiting a 120Hz arrangement for starters. The first-generation device was also versed with 8GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 4,000mAh battery, so don’t be astounded if a new indication matches or exceeds these figures. We’re also on a surveillance for a Snapdragon 845 chipset, that should make for a improved gaming experience.
There are loads of phones scheduled for an Oct release, though that one would we take? Let us know in a comments!