Razer Phone 2

latest flagship phone

Razer has officially unveiled their latest flagship phone, the Razer Phone 2 which is their second generation gaming smartphone. The Razer Phone 2 offers up to 30 percent performance than Razer Phone with Qualcomm 845 Snapdragon chipset and Adreno 630 GPU. The highlight of the performance boost is the Razer vapor chamber cooling system that provides thermal cooling.

Coming to the Smartphone features, it packs a dual-camera with a 12 MP wide-angle OIS lens and 12 MP telephoto lens with 2x zoom. The front camera is 8 MP and it supports video streaming at full resolution. The phone features the same 5.7-inch screen with UltraMotion IGZo display as its predecessor which offers both 120 HZ refresh and sampling although the brightness is 50 percent better. The back features the unique triple-headed snake logo which also glows in 16.8 million colors. You can also customize the lighting effects such as static, breathing and spectrum Cycling which is similar to other Razer products

The new glass back on the phone is set to support wireless charging along with Qualcomm QuickCharge 4+. This enables you to charge your phone from 0 percent to 50 percent is a short time period of 30 minutes. As expected in all the latest smartphones, it also features IP67 resistance to dust and water.

Gaming Experience

The phone is being marketed as a gaming phone so there is a lot we’re interested in regarding the product. Firstly, to improve the gaming experience, Razer announced Razer Raiju Mobile and Hammerhead USB-C ANC. The Razer Raiju Mobile is a gamepad with a phone mount connected via Bluetooth. It is quite similar to the wireless PS4 gamepad in terms of quality and performance. The USB-C ANC is the in-ear headset which draws power for its noise cancellation technology throught the USB-C port on the phone.


The phone’s 120Hz display is one of its most attention grabbing features along with the processor and 8GB of Ram for smooth gaming. Moreover, the 4000mAh massive battery will keep you gaming on-the-go along with two front-facing speakers for keeping you immersed in the action.


Since gaming is the main focus of this phone, Razer have advertised many games that support 120Hz display with a full list of compatible games including some of the top games on smartphones.

Here are all the UltraMotion-supported games confirmed so far for the Razer Phone and Razer Phone


1. Tekken Mobile
2. Injustice
3. Injustice 2
4. Mortal Kombat X
5. Marvel Contest of Champions
6. Shadow Fight 3


1. Gear.Club
2. Real Racing 3
3. Hill Climb Racing 2


1. Battlejack: Blackjack RPG
2. Evoland
3. Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
4. Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition
5. Fire Emblem Heroes
6. Lineage 2: Revolution
7. Marvel Future Fight
8. Middle Earth: Shadow of War
9. Old School Runescape
10. Runescape
11. Space Rangers: Legacy
12. Vendetta Online
13. Summoners War
14. Soul Seeker
15. Wonder Tactics


1. Bust-A-Move Journey
2. Cats: Crash Arena
3. Chicken Jump
4. Cooking Craze – A Fast & Fun Restaurant Chef Game
5. Dariusburst -SP-
6. Pac-Man
7. Pac-Man Pop!
8. Raystorm
9. RC Soccer
10. Space Invaders Infinity Gene
11. Super Mario Run
12. Super Samurai Rampage
13. Subway Surfers
14. Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
15. Turbo Stars
16. Zen Pinball


1. Arena of Valor
2. Vainglory
1. Shadowgun Legends
2. Hitman Sniper


1. Titanfall Assault
2. Warhammer 40k: Freeblade
3. Warfair
4. World of Tanks: Blitz


1. #KillAllZombies
2. Alto’s Adventure
3. Bleach Brave Souls
4. Bug Butcher
5. Caterzillar
6. Don’t Starve
7. Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked
8. Far Tin Bandits
9. Sandbox


1. Big Shot Boxing
2. Golf Clash
3. Golf Star
4. MLB 9 Innings 17
5. OK Golf
6. Pumped 3



Pre-orders for the Razer Phone 2 will start on October 11, and the phone will cost $799. A satin-finish model will also be available for $899, but it comes with double the internal storage. Unfortunately it won’t work with Verizon and Sprint, but you’ll be able to use it just fine on T-Mobile and AT&T. The Gamepad would cost around $150 and the Headphones would cost around $100.

Finally, it would appears that Samsung will be joining the likes of Razer and ASUS in the world of Android gaming phones. With the release of devices with 120Hz displays and RGB logos, there is no way that major players like Samsung haven’t considered the possibility. In fact, it would be silly to think that the company is even new to the world of gaming smartphones. With the recent release of Epic’s popular Battle Royale game Fortnite on Android, Samsung was one of the major players in its release. There was a Note 9 advertising campaign for the game as well as an exclusive skin based off the phone.