Razer Phone 2 leaks in full glory, new render reveals phone's back side
Enough politics for today. pic.twitter.com/5nUc3xdden— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 28, 2018
As you can see, the new render shows off the upcoming handset from both sides. The front is pretty much consistent with what we've seen until now, but things start to get more interesting as we take a look at the back side of the Razer Phone 2.
For starters, the dual-camera setup has been moved to a more central spot, right above the Razer logo. The first-gen model had its setup located on the top-left corner. The housing itself has also been redesigned, as now, the LED flash sits between the two sensors.
The Razer logo itself also appears to be glowing, which might be an indication that the company could have used its Chroma RGB software to embellish the gadget with some interesting colorful effects. Although the information is unofficial, Evan Blass has subsequently stated that the Razer emblem will indeed be illuminated this time around.
Last but not least, the back side doesn't feature a fingerprint sensor, which means that Razer will either stick to the side-mounted one found on the first-gen model or possibly embrace the new trend and opt for an in-display digits reader.
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