Razer is back with a phone geared to gamers, and this year's model aims to fix last year's mistakes.
The Razer Phone 2's signature move is its 120 hertz screen.
That means the pixels refresh 120 times per minute for an eight millisecond reaction time That's twice the refresh rate of most phone screens, and enough to maybe even give you an advantage in game play.
Although the screen hasn't changed since last year, Razr has boosted audio quality from its already loud, dual, front-firing speakers to give you richer bass than before.
The company also punched up HDR on the 5.7 inch Inch screen.
You won't see razor thing [UNKNOWN] here and that's intentional so your grip doesn't get in the way of gameplay.
Although it's still pretty much a black rectangle, a glass back and colorful green razor logo finally make this phone worth looking at.
Best yet, you can program the logo to glow in different color when your alerts come in.
Guess what else?
Wireless charging comes to the Razer Phone 2, and when you use the company's charging block, it'll color match your phone for incoming alerts.
Razer has also done some work to improve the dual 12 megapixel cameras and the 8 megapixel front-facing sensor.
These get beauty mode and portrait mode, and the wide-angle lens has iOS
All good news is that the Razer Phone 2 has a fast Snapdragon 845 processor inside, and is now IP67 water resistant.
Also, under the hood, is a heat management system that Razer has carried over from it's gaming laptops.
The Razer Phone 2 will sell for $800
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