In 2017, Razer unveiled a their first smartphone gaming Razer Phone which was equipped with powerful hardware and a display frequency of 120 Hz.
According to the French publication FrAndroid, the manufacturer is already working to develop second-generation smartphone. Probably, it will be presented in September at the exhibition IFA. The source reports that, it’ll probably happen along with the announcement of the commercial version of Project Linda. Its concept was shown at CES 2018, however the company has not yet made a final decision about the mass production.
In fact, the Project Linda is a docking station, whereby the phone becomes a full PC relatively. Feedback on the project is ambiguous and often boil down to the fact that the idea is very cool, but the money to pay for it sorry. Razer positions the phone-the laptop as a gaming center for gamers and working platform for creative people. The idea is not new, Motorola did a similar back in 2011, but since such designs have not gained popularity.
At the moment there is no information about the specifications of the new generation smartphone. But given that the original Razer Phone was presented with 835 Snapdragon processor, 8GB of RAM and a display with a frequency of 120 Hz, you should not expect nothing less from the successor.
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