The listing reveals that the smartphone will be backed by a 512GB of internal storage, which is sure bump from 64GB storage option available on the first-gen Razer Phone.
Razer is reported to working on the next-generation of its gaming smartphone, the Razer Phone 2. The smartphone has now been spotted on AnTuTu, revealing some key specifications.
The listing reveals that the smartphone will be backed by a 512GB of internal storage, which is sure bump from 64GB storage option available on the first-gen Razer Phone. The listing further reveals that the phone will be backed by an 8GB of RAM.
The upcoming Razer Phone 2 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with Adreno 630 GPU. Further, the phone will feature a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. This is might be the same 5.7-inch QHD IGZO UltraMotion display with 120Hz refresh rate, which is present in Razer Phone. Lastly, the phone runs on Android 8.1 Oreo and it has scored 283,397 points.
The company was earlier reported to launch the new smartphone along with with Project Linda at IFA 2018. However, that didn't happened. So, it is likely the brand might introduce the gaming phone in November like it did with first smartphone.
For the unitented, Project Linda will act as bridge for converting Razer Phone into a laptop. The Project basically acts as a laptop dock for Razer smartphones. All you need to do is put the Razer Phone inside its chassis where a touchpad would normally reside and connects with the press of a button. One can complete the laptop input experience by using the docked smartphone as a touchpad to control games and apps or one can use the company’s HyperFlux, a wireless mouse technology which charges itself from the mouse pad.
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