About a year ago, Razer, more commonly known for making game accessories, released its first phone. Now they've had a second attempt and named it simply the Razer Phone 2.
It has great similarities with a 5.7-inch screen with an update rate of 120 hertz and 2560 x 1440 resolution and increased brightness by 50 percent, and according to the manufacturer, its the only phone which is officially certified by Netflix for HDR video and 5.1 audio. The latter is achieved with dual forward speakers and Dolby Atmos.
The processor has been upgraded to a Qualcomm 845 Snapdragon with Qualcomm Adreno 630 graphics and Razer's own special cooling, also known as "vapor chamber cooling system". It comes with a healthy eight gigabytes of work memory, 64 gigabytes of storage memory and of course SD card slot for up to a terabyte. The phone comes with two camera lenses of 8 and 12 megapixels resolution.
A big difference from its predecessor, is that the back of phone is made of glass, which has enabled support for wireless charging. The phone is also IP67-rated. The Razer Phone 2 is also equipped with the Razer Chroma lighting system for players. On the back, the company's logo lights up in 16.8 million colors when any notifications come from the phone. Razer Chroma also offers the ability to adjust lighting effects like Static, Spectrum Cycling and Breathing.
The operating system is Android 8.1, but update to 9.0 can be expected.