This suggests Razer will use the powerful, front-facing stereo speakers from its first handset in the Razer Phone 2 as well. As of right now, the original Razer Phone is still the only smartphone capable of 120Hz display refresh (an incredible feature), so we don't imagine Razer Phone 2 will ditch that. While the invite doesn't explicitly mention the anticipated Razer Phone 2, it does promise a "mobility showcase". According to save-the-date invitations that were sent out by the media, the phone is slated to launch on 10 October 2018. Razer thinks you are.
Two days ago, the Razer Phone 2 design skeleton was leaked. The event is set for October 10, which will take place at its headquarters in Hollywood, California. The phone was relatively successful and a follow-up device has officially been confirmed, with whispers calling it the Razer Phone 2.
Earlier this year 2017, Razer announced the purchase of Nexbit as we told earlier, the maker of Nexbit Robin, a mobile phone that made its appearance in late 2015 on Kickstarter and surprised users by offering 32GB of internal storage and 100GB more Of free space in the cloud. 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.
At first glance, you'd be forgiven for feeling a little uncertain about just what Razer's planning to show off here - after all, the company's got a broad platform of products, any number of which we could apply the labels "flagship" and "gaming" to.
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