We all know that the Razer Phone 2 appeared on Geekbench a day ago. The benchmark suggested that Razor Phone 2 features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 and 8GB of RAM. However, more Razer Phone 2 specs have now been revealed after its appearance on benchmarking sites. Recently, Razor Phone 2 With Snapdragon 845 & 512GB Internal Storage Popped Up On AnTuTu. The Razer Phone 2 will follow in the footsteps of the original by adopting a 16:9 panel. Furthermore, it will come with powerful stereo speakers.
Razor Phone 2 With Snapdragon 845 May Include Chroma LED lighting system
According to AnTuTu information, it’s confirmed that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 will indeed be powering the device with the help of the Adreno 630 GPU. In addition to that, the smartphone will be coupled with 8GB of RAM. It will have a whopping 512GB of internal storage. This is a huge upgrade over last year’s model which shipped with 64GB of storage. It has been revealed that the smartphone was benchmarked running Android 8.1 Oreo. However, it will be updated to the newer Android 9 Pie ahead of launch.
Razer was not able to implement the Chroma lighting system into the original Razer Phone due to hardware restrictions at the time. The Chroma lighting is an LED light technology that Razer incorporates into many products such as keyboards, gaming mice, laptops, and more. Chroma strip will activate whenever a notification comes through. It will replace the usual LED notification light. The good part is that the company is reportedly working with Texas Instruments in the hope of including it this year.
However, this is not confirmed. All we have to do is just wait and watch until it launches. Let’s see will the company add their iconic feature of Chroma Lighting to this upcoming phone or not. Stay Tuned for more updates.