Recently, Razer confirmed to soon launch the Razer Phone 2 as the successor to the Razer Phone. While it doesn't give us a lot to look at, largely mirroring the design of the first-gen Razer Phone, we do see the phone set to this very same October 10 date.
It may be speculation, but there's no denying that the outline does seem to match the outline of the leaked render which we reported yesterday.
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She also criticised the depiction of Osaka as a "faceless prop" in the background of the image. The National Association of Black Journalists said the cartoon was "repugnant on many levels".
The folks at Android Headlines got hold of alleged renders of the Razer Phone 2 from a "reliable source". In fact, they appear to be nearly twice the size, something that has reduced the size of the top and bottom speaker grills ever so slightly. For more information about this gaming mermaid, we look forward to it. The current rumours for specs for the phone include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC and 8GB of RAM, at least according to an entry on Geekbench claming to be from the phone.
Today we start learning about how it will debut, as Razer sends out save-the-dates for an October 10 event. Who knows? Maybe Razer has a surprise waiting for us next month. As of right now, the original Razer Phone is still the only smartphone capable of 120Hz display refresh (an awesome feature), so we don't imagine Razer Phone 2 will ditch that.
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