Razer Phone 2 coming IFA 2018 says FrAndroidRazer launched it's first smartphone last year, it made good sales because of how perfect it is for gamers - We can't just say that it's only specialized in having because the phone came to market just last year. However, we consider it a handsome device which certainly doesn’t tarnish the good Razer name. Though it did suffer from some problems, like poor optimization resulting in battery and camera disappointments. Hence, that's simply because it was their first phone.
The report arrives via FrAndroid “a well-informed internal source,” although further details about what the device would offer weren’t commented on. IFA is one of the world’s biggest technology shows and in 2018 it will take place between August 31 and September 5, no doubt seeing many major announcements across the week. Razer typically has quite a large space booked at show, so it would be the perfect place to unveil a new handset.
It would be slightly early in the 12-month release cycle, though, as the last handset was announced at the beginning of November.
Meanwhile, FrAndroid says the handset may also arrive alongside Project Linda. This is a Razer venture that turns its smartphone into the brains of a laptop computer. We’ve actually been hands-on with an early version this tech at CES, but Razer wasn’t talking price or release date details at the time.
While we’re still waiting to hear more on this, but one last interesting detail FrAndroid mentioned was that the Razer supposedly developed that CES demo in just one month. If that’s all it took to create the exciting, potentially groundbreaking system we tried, who knows what the Razer team can do between now and September.