The Razer Phone 2 has already appeared in AnTuTu where it shows several interesting details in terms of RAM and storage.
But now the well-known ‘leaker’ Evan Blass has published an official rendering of this device on his Twitter account where it reveals the design.
The image shared by Evan Blass confirms that the Razer Phone 2 will have a ratio of 16: 9. Just like his predecessor. However, the margin at the top remains thick as well as at the bottom …
But there is an explanation for this, because the top panel houses a front camera among other usual sensors, as well as a powerful column both above and below.
We can still see the existence of a USB-C port at the bottom and next to two lines of antennas.
On the back of the device we find a dual camera configuration, an LED flash and the famous Razer logo in green. (Which curiously should be RGB, or Chroma as Razer likes to call it)
At design level it is not known whether it is made of glass or aluminum. Similarly, we are still not sure where the fingerprint reader is located … because it is not in the back or the front! So it is likely that you are standing by the on / off switch on the device on the side.
The Razer Phone 2 should be equipped with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. Also worthy of note is the Android Oreo operating system.