Best Buy makes it easy to purchase the Razer Phone 2 for a lower than ever $650 ($150 off)
But then the unlocked Razer Phone 2 got a substantial one day-only $100 discount, which was quickly renewed and extended. The handset is on sale at the time of this writing for $700 instead of $800 again from its manufacturer, with the refreshed markdown now billed as a one week-only affair.
Meanwhile, Best Buy can help you save even more, as long as you choose your network right off the bat... and it’s not T-Mobile. The retailer will shave an additional 50 bucks off with upfront Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint service activation, bringing the somewhat extravagant $799.99 list price down to an extremely reasonable $649.99.
Purchasing the Razer Phone 2 from Best Buy without upfront activation will still save you a cool $100 compared to the typical price of a blocky, thick-bezeled, and glass-backed 5.7-incher with Snapdragon 845 processing power.
This bad boy is not exactly stylish by “modern” high-end smartphone standards, but it’s got some pretty amazing dual front-firing stereo speakers, a robust IP67-rated body, 8 hefty gigs of RAM, two refined 12MP rear-facing cameras, and a large 4,000 mAh battery supporting wireless charging functionality.
While the Razer Phone 2 can be a great device for many high-end purposes, its main focus is hardcore gaming, employing a unique vapor chamber cooling solution for your extended PUBG Mobile sessions, and shining in the display department with the aforementioned 120 HZ refresh rate purportedly delivering “zero lag or stuttering.”