Razer Phone 2 is yet another 120 Hz gaming smartphone made for daily usage
Industry-leading gaming performance meets premium flagship features—the Razer Phone 2 is the ultimate daily driver that smoothly handles your work, unleashes supreme mobile gaming power, and even lets you enjoy an unparalleled mobile entertainment experience.
This time it comes with massive upgrades, featuring an upgraded processor with vapor chamber cooling, wireless charging, water resistance, and the long-awaited illuminated logo with Razer Chroma™.
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We all see a portable device. The 5.7-inch LCD display has a 2560x1440-pixel resolution, HDR support (HDR-10), 645 nits of maximum brightness, and Wide Color Gamut with 98.4% of DCI-P3. But the big claim to fame is a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz with Ultramotion technology; the refresh rate is variable, going as low as 40Hz. The audio setup is also notable; this phone has stereo speakers that are Dolby Atmos certified.
The rear camera in this update, according to Razer. It uses a dual-lens system with a wide 12MP f/1.75 lens and a 12MP f/2.6 telephoto lens, plus a dual LED flash. It can record 4K video.
Measuring at 158.5x78.99x8.5mm, the design is a lot similar to last years phone.
The 16:9 ratio gives you a taller field of view when playing with the phone in landscape. It means that when you're playing the likes of PUBG and Fortnite.
Razer has the same 4,000mAh battery, at the last one. It comes with a 64GB of storage which is a good base to start with, but this can be enhanced, microSD slot which can support cards up to 2TB in size.
The Razer Phone 2 ships October 22 for $800. Razer is also launching a few accessories to go with it.
As for the Razer Phone 2 release date, you'll be able to get your hands on the Mirror Black version first sometime in October.