The name Razer means a great deal to any consumer or retailer who follows or participates in the gaming community. As one of the leading manufacturers of gaming products—from keyboards to laptops and more—Razer has long been viewed as one of the leading brands in this space, and for good reason: their products are tremendous. Rarely do they ever miss the mark.
That said, analysts would tell you that one of the occasions where Razer did release a sub-par product was with last year’s Razer Phone. The company hopes to shake the negative image of that first foray into the mobile market with a refreshed version of the phone, aptly dubbed the Razer Phone 2.
The upgraded model keeps the original’s boxy design but takes things up several notches when it comes to the internal specs. The device will ship with an insane 8GB of RAM, Qualcomm’s QuickCharge 4.0 support, wireless charging support, NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, an IP67 rating, upgraded camera sensors (which was one of the biggest knocks against the original phone), and 64GB of internal storage with a microSD slot for additional storage. Additionally, the Razer Phone 2 will have a 5.7-inch LCD display that has a 2560x1440 HDR display.