Alleged Razer Phone 2 rendering shows up online

Judy Cobb
September 16, 2018

What features are you looking forward to from the upcoming Razer Phone 2?

Razer today (Sept. 14) sent out save-the-date invites for an October 10 press event in Los Angeles. But before any official announcements take place, it seems only natural that we take a look at at least one render of the Razer Phone 2.

So, what do you think about this?

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There's no mention of a live-stream of the event on YouTube, so we'll likely have to wait for a press release to see what happens on the 10th of October.

The chunkier bezels, which seem nearly double the size of the ones on the original Razer Phone, have also slightly reduced the size of the top and bottom speaker grills. But quite disappointingly, a leak suggests that the rumored Razer Phone 2 will look a lot like the phone it is succeeding. The first phone included features like a display with a 120Hz refresh rate, along with support for Ultramotion, which allowed the display to have a variable refresh rate for gaming, so games could look as good as they can on the screen. While there is no information about the launch date of the Razer Phone 2, we expect the company to launch it in the month of November. The first device sported giant bezels to accommodate some of the best speakers ever put in a smartphone, but I expected some sort of reduction there given current design trends.

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