Razer phone 2
Big announcement for razer users or those who want to experience this newly formed smartphone in the smartphone industries. The Razer phone 2 now has reportedly on the AnTuTu benchmark. According to BGR report, AnTuTu was supposedly searching for the Razer phone benchmark data where the software found that there was one test with the background data showing that the ”device” was the new model of the Razer company.
According to AnTuTu report, the device featured the latest Snapdragon845 Chipset with a massive 8GB RAM, it also holds the 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution QHD panel with a 16:9 aspect display. The smartphones also run on Android 8.1 Oreo OS. Now we know that this flagship can hold the ground with the other flagship devices but since the company is known for its gaming, they are providing the Sharp IGZO screen and Qualcomm Q-Sync Display technology support that was found on its predecessor Razor Phone. The phone also features the 120Hz screen refresh rate because they know the gaming is as good as the good Display so that the users don’t forget the rush of the good graphics.
As per the AnTuTu listing, the device scored the 283397 which makes the device right behind the Samsung flagship model ”Galaxy Note 9” in AnTuTu scoreboard.
The single core of Razer phone 2 scored 2026 while the multi-core scored the 8234 points. According to Razer’s Global vice-president Chen Xiaoping, the phone could launch in China at the end of 2018 and one leak states that the phone may launch in September. So we will wait for this newly excited flagship Razer Phone 2.