Razer has a couple of defining features. branding, with the iconic green and black pattern visible on all its products. Part of the scheme is the iconic snake with three heads. Like the first Razer Phone, it is proud to sit on the back of the Razer Phone 2.
In contrast to the model of last year, the snake of Razer Phone 2 introduces a second defining feature… Chroma. This allows Razer hardware and peripherals to show, background lighting effects, notifications, and guidance through different colored lights.
Chroma wasn’t on the first Razer Phone but is present on Razer Phone 2. The above-mentioned snake can be adjusted to a solid color, breathing color or sift through the spectrum. Of course, it’s on the back of the machine so when the handset is being held, or if it is face-up on your desk, you’re not going to see the light. The Chroma enabled Razer logo was one of the first phone’s biggest user requests and this is a phone primarily targeted at that user base.
It comes with the SnapDragon 845 system from Qualcomm on the chip, backed by 8 GB of RAM. The internal storage capacity of 64 GB is at best solid, not anymore. 64 GB is a good balance point given that Razer only wants SKU-microSD to support up to 1 TB, in any case, requires more storage.
In addition to basic hardware, choices must be seen as a flagship, Razer has incorporated a number of features to tilt the device to be gamer friendly.
4000 mAh is a big battery, and it would be incredibly good if it were a phone looking at regular office use. But it’s a gaming phone, and while playing on Android, it’s not as complicated as moving into the 3D graphics world. It will place a strong demand on the GPU (and we’re talking about the screen before that). The Razer Phone 2 has a 4000 mAh battery because a good mobile game session requires a lot of battery.
The second is the screen choice. The technology that helped Razer’s first phone stand out is still there, so you have a 5.72-inch screen with 2560×1440 pixel IGZO LCD technology. It has a wide color range and is particularly vibrant and colorful for an LCD screen.
Still, the 120Hz refresh rate is the unique win for a smartphone. Insanely faster than the human eye, it still supports HDR content, synchronizes with the graphics chip and provides a lagged free experience.
It also has stereo speakers on either side of the screen that faces forward rather than on the sides, so that your game grip will not block the Dolby-Atmos soundscape, and have a decent sound quality.
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