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Armajet Exclusive Content and Integration Launched at Razer "Flagship // Gaming Event"

13 Octobre 2018

Razer have opted for a glass rear panel this year, meaning the Phone 2 is a combination of Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and aluminium. Just like everything else that Razer rolls off from their production line, the Razer Phone 2 intends to be the very definition of flagship performance and true mobile gaming. This also doubles as a notification light and thus the notification colours for various applications can be configured separately using an application. He is now water-resistant with protection class IP67. Also setting it apart from the competition, the Razer Phone 2 has two front-facing speakers with Dolby Atmos dual amplifiers that produce undistorted sound at "record levels". The phone has a new vapor chamber cooling system. The main lens is 12 megapixels with Dual Pixel AF, OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) with f/1.75. The device will most likely be positioned up against the likes of Xiaomi's BlackShark gaming phone, Asus's ROG smartphone, and several others when the device's launch. The company promised that it will Android 9 Pie OS update for the phone.

And NO, there's no NOTCH on the device. The phone is already available for pre-order in the U.S. The company also said that it will launch the phone Asia-Pacific and European markets in the near future. If you prefer plugging in a USB-C cable, Qualcomm QuickCharge 4+ will allow users to charge the phone from a flat battery to 50 percent charge within just 30 minutes. The Razer Phone 2 will be available in Hong Kong in early November. Like the original, the new Razer Phone features a hefty 4000mAh battery, USB Type-C charging but no headphone jack. It offers a whopping 120GHz refresh rate which displays smooth, seamless pictures and transitions.

Last but not least, they both come with 8 GB of RAM and although it isn't as impressive for the second phone as it was for the original Razer Phone, it still makes the second release a powerhouse.

Generally known as a gaming peripheral and laptop manufacturer, Razer this week debuted its second edition Razer Phone. It wasn't the birth of gaming phones, but it was one of the largest entries. It has more rounded edges, for example, and a 5.7 inch screen with 2560 x 1440 qHD resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The 8-megapixel selfie camera comes with the usual set of options you expect from modern smartphones, such as Beauty, Portrait, and Panorama modes.

The Razer Phone 2 packs a4,000 mAH capacity batteryfor all-day gaming and entertainment needs, and Razer continues to improve battery efficiency.

Trusted Reviews notes that the display is "significantly brighter and whites were noticeably cleaner" than on the base model, an improvement that could "re-cement the Razer Phone 2's lead in the display department". You can also buy a tempered glass screen protector for $20.

Armajet Exclusive Content and Integration Launched at Razer