Unlike most phone launches, the Razer Phone 2 had a pretty short period of time between the handset getting teased in the first place to being made officially official.
We know that the Razer Phone 2 is going to be announced soon, and the handset will look quite a bit like the first generation of the device. But Razer will be making some important changes for this year’s model.
Razer was happy with the release of its first smartphone, the Razer Phone, last year, and as such has decided that a sequel to the handset is called for.
Ever since we heard that Razer was working on a sequel to its first smartphone, the Razer Phone, it’s been a question as to when the company would actually get around to announcing the thing.
Razer was pleased with the launch of its first smartphone, the Razer Phone, and recently confirmed that it was hard at work on the handset’s sequel.
It has been almost a year since Razer officially launched the Razer Phone, the company’s first smartphone. And apparently it was successful enough for the company to be considering a sequel.
When the Razer Phone launched late last year, the company made sure that the green-and-back three-headed snake logo was easily viewable on the back of the handset.
Razer acquired Nextbit back in January of 2017, and, since then, support for the Nextbit Robin has been winding down.
The recently released Razer Phone has received a lot of flak for the lack of a headphone jack despite coming with thick top and bottom bezels. With other OEMs, the usual excuse has been that the reduction in front bezels has led to a reduction in the available internal space inside the device as well. Thus, to make maximum use of the internal space, OEMs end up removing the headphone jack from their devices.