Razer Phone 2 goes through harsh durability test, will this gaming beast survive?
The large speaker grilles at the top and bottom of the device are made of plastic, and unsurprisingly, are easily punctured with the razor knife. Still, they shouldn't be a source for concern, as long as you don't accidentally stab your phone. As for the front and back cameras, you can rest assured that both are immune from scratches left by coins and keys.
Moving on to the sides, the anodized aluminum alloy frame can be easily scraped by a razor, but it should be more than tough enough for day to day use. As for the back plate, Razer has decided to go with glass this time in order to allow for wireless charging. The panel proved to be tough to scrape, but it can be susceptible to shattering.
After the flame-to-screen trial, the Razer Phone 2 is then finally put to the bending test. The handset flexes a tiny bit but then locks out.