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Razer Phone 2 Geekbench listing suggests Snapdragon 845 SoC and 8GB RAM

07 September 2018 1

Last year in November the well-known Gaming products manufacturer Razer announced the first gaming phone as Razer Phone. The device was so successful that many other OEMs including Xiaomi, Honor, and Asus announced gaming-centric phones. Recently the Razer VP confirms the arrival of second gen of Razer Phone and he also confirmed the device will be initially available in China and later on will be released globally.

Today the Razer Phone 2 appears on Geekbench which confirms few details regarding what to expect from Razer Phone 2. As per listing the device achieves 2,026 points on single-core test whereas on multi-core test the device achieves 8,234 points.


The Qualcomm's Octa-core Snapdragon 845 SoC is powering the device with max clocking at 2.8Ghz. Just for the sake of reminder the Snapdragon 845 is an Octa-core chipset, the first quad is Kryo Silver 385 cores with max clocking 1.77Ghz whereas the performance cores are Kryo Gold 385 with max clocking at 2.8Ghz. The Adreno 630 GPU is on board to take care of graphics. The device has 8GB RAM which is pretty much standard in this niche smartphones. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Oreo 8.1.

At the moment the details regarding the Razer Phone 2 display, battery, cameras and other key features are still in dark. However, we can expect more details regarding the Razer 2 will appear online in the coming days. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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