The Razer Phone successor should be revealed tonight at Razer’s 2018 keynote but the device has been leaked early… again.
Leaked by Amazon Italy before a near-immediate removal, the Razer Phone 2 appears to be a clear improvement over last year’s original.
According to the prematurely released store page, the device will include support wireless charging and will be built in a water-resistant chassis. Alongside this, the rear-logo will light up, as per Razer standards, and will be fully RGB customisable so you can make the back of your phone illuminate a bright, hot pink.
The phone seems to still be based on the same screen technology: a 5.7-inch, 1440p, 120Hz panel that will be perfectly fluid for any mobile gamer who values their performance. Audiophiles will be pleasantly surprised too as the original phone’s heavily advertised speakers are set to return.
The phone’s internal specs do see a hefty boost from their predecessor. A Snapdragon 845 will replace the older 835 chipset with 64GB of storage and 8GB of RAM to go alongside it.
The Razer phone was an impressive piece of kit back when it launched but the company’s first attempt at a flagship smartphone was riddled with problems such as poor camera performance and a disappointing brightness level for outdoor viewing. Hopefully this is set to change.
Source: GSM Arena