Everyone’s anticipating Razer’s next big thing. After acquiring Nextbit, the fanatics had a pretty good idea of what Razer’s about to hit the market with with their first device. After months of rumors and leaks, Razer announced their first gaming smartphone, dubbed as the Razer Phone. At its launch, the Razer Phone was one of its kind. It was energetic, practical, stealthy and very beastly. What set the Razer Phone apart from its competition back then had to be the fact that it packed that killer 120Hz 2560 x 1440 display, an amazing set of front-facing speakers and a decently large battery that really showed that classic prowess that they’re known for.
With the Razer Phone making marking its 10th month since its initial launch, leaks and mentions of Razer’s next big thing have been on the rise and the very first one comes from Geekbench of course.
According to the details offered by Geekbench, the Razer Phone 2 is said pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC ( ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 6 part 2050 revision 13 ) and 8 Gigabytes of RAM in its shell. In addition to that, the device is said to run on the Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and if reigns true, would definitely get the Android P update given Razer’s promise and stance on software updates.
The Razer Phone 2 scores 2026 in single-core tests and 8234 multi-core tests. In contrast, most Android devices equipped with the Snadragon 845 SoC score above 2300 in single-core tests and upto 9000 in multi-core tests.
Whether if the leak with legitimate or not can’t be confirmed yet. However, if true, it seems like Razer has some more work to do before it reveals it anytime soon.