It appears Razer has begun working on the possible successor to its first gaming smartphone which could arrive as the Razer Phone 2. The company’s Global vice-president Chen Xiaoping at the ongoing China Joy revealed that its company could launch a new Razer phone in China by the end of 2018.
If last year’s timing is anything to hold on to, then we might expect to see the Razer phone 2 launched at about the same time this year. While vice-president Chen Xiaoping didn’t give a specific time for the launch, he revealed that the said phone will come packed with Qualcomm’s latest chip that will allow the smartphone to deliver optimum performance. The Razer phone launched with the SD 835, and given that the present flagship SD 845 will most probably be staled at the said time, we could bet that the upcoming Razer phone 2 may debut with the 7nm Snapdragon 855 tipped to be announced later this year. The Original Razer phone comes with a 4000mAh battery, but with a below average rating, so the Razer phone 2 is expected to be better optimized in that regards.
The original Razer phone launched with a 5.7-inch with a refresh rate of 120 times per second, like a high-end PC gaming monitor or Apple’s iPad Proresulting to an interface that tracks your finger’s touch closer than ever and never stutters or skips.