If you thought the launch of the latest iPhones was a bit underwhelming (we knew every single thing, after all), you’ve got another thing coming.
Razer, which is about to unveil the second-generation of its phone, has now seen its future phone get leaked, and once again the secrets (or indeed a lack thereof) has been spilled.
As evident from the image above, Razer Phone 2 looks absolutely same as the first-generation Razer Phone, a side-by-side comparison nails that point home. It’s disappointing to see Razer sticking with the same design as last year.
The display still appears to be a 16:9 panel, with substantial bezels at the top and bottom. It will likely still come with a glorious 120Hz refresh rate. Around the phone should be two stereo speakers, those bezels aren’t there for nothing.
At the top sit two familiar-looking cameras. The only marginal difference from the first-generation of the phone is the slightly reduced bezel, which you won’t notice until you look closely.
Being a gaming-oriented and flagship device, you can expect the phone to come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 8 GB of RAM, and Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box. The amount of storage is rumored to go as high as 512 GB.
Not a Hit
Granted, the last Razer Phone didn’t set the world on fire, however, that doesn’t mean you can’t expect big things from its successor. If Razer does manage to solve the issues that plagued the original Razer phone, we might just get one of the best phones in the world.
One can hope, then, that the render is a fake and the company will use a more modern design when it launches the version 2 of its Phone. The official announcement is expected on October 10th.