Razer announced the Razer Phone back in November last year. After the confirmation of the Razer Phone 2 by the company in the earning call recently, it has surfaced in AnTuTu Benchmark confirming some of the specifications, including whopping 512GB of storage, up from 64GB storage on the first-generation gaming smartphone.
It is still sticking to its 5.7-inch QHD Sharp IGZO screen with refresh rate of up to 120Hz and support for Qualcomm Q-Sync. It runs Android 8.1 (Oreo) and scored 283,397 points. We still don’t have any details about its design, cameras, and the battery capacity.
The Razer Phone 2 is expected to official sometime in October or early November, similar to the predecessor. Will it compete with the other latest flagship smartphones such as ROG Phone, Xiaomi Black Shark and others? We will have to wait for few more weeks to find out.