Razer Phone 2 with a new body and better specifications launched:
Razer, the all famous gaming equipment manufacturer is all set to launch its new device Razer Phone 2 as the gaming craze among Android users have increased manifold in the recent time.
The device brings in a lot of more features as compared to its predecessor like a brighter display, water and dust resistance, wireless charging and much more. The Razer Phone 2 will be available in the US for $799.99 (approximately Rs 59,000) for the 64GB internal storage variant. The company will also add a 128GB internal storage variant at a later date. The device is currently available for pre-ordering, however, the company is yet to announce launch dates.
The device comes in with Snapdragon 845, 24 bit USB Type-C DAC. A substantial upgrade to 8GB of RAM, LTE gigabit antennas for faster data, 64GB of storage, and a massive 4,000mAh battery powers the device. The Razer Phone 2 runs Android 8.1 with Nova Launcher by default, but Android Pie is currently in testing and planned as an over-the-air upgrade. A new flagship Android phone shouldn’t launch with an outdated OS, but that’s, unfortunately, the situation here. To cope with heat dissipation, Razer even has a scaled-down version of the vapor chamber cooling technology used on its Blade 15 laptop, designed to keep the phone from getting too hot.