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Razer Phone 2 may come with a touch sensitive back panel

12 September 2018 4

Looks like Leaks of Razer phone 2 have started pouring in now. After several hints and the phone recently made its appearance felt on popular benchmarking sites like Geekbench and Antutu. In a recent leak, we almost have a definitive design of the phone. Popular tipster Evan Blass tweeted that he has received the design of Razer Phone 2 from someone working with Razer.


The tweet only shares the image of the device from front and back and if we are to trust the images shared here, Razer Phone 2 might still look like the first generation Razer Phone. It may still have the front firing stereo speakers located on the large-ish top and bottom bezels on the front and a selfie camera on the top. While the side bezels look minimal.

Also, on the right side of the device, we can also notice a physical button and most importantly shows a touch-sensitive pad on the lower side of the back panel which may be helpful while playing games on the phone. The leaked image also shows a type C charging port as well at the bottom.

Previously we came across the alleged specifications of the Razer Phone 2 which suggest that the phone may come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC with Adreno 630 GPU, a mammoth 8GB RAM and 512GB of internal storage. It is touted to carry Razer’s iconic Chroma LED lighting system as well

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