The screen has a refresh rate of 120 times per second, which keeps motion such as gameplay silky smooth.
The screen is twice as bright as the one on the original Razer.
The video on the Razer Phone 2 (left) appears brighter and more contrasted than that of the original Razer phone (right).
The phone has a Gorilla Glass 5 back complete with a Razer logo that glows.
You can change the color, brightness and settings of the light-up logo using Razer's Chroma app.
The phone has a big forehead and chin which house two of the loudest speakers you'll find on a phone.
It's rated to IP68, which means it'll survive a dip as deep as 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes.
The cameras have new sensors and the ability to take portrait mode photos.
There's a fingerprint reader on the right side. It's flush which can make it difficult to find without looking at it.
The only port on the phone is a USB-C one on the bottom.
These are the two volume controls.
The Razer Phone 2 with 64GB of storage costs $800 or £780 which converts to AU$1,225.
It runs a close to a stock version of Android 8.1 Oreo, but will be upgraded to Android 9.0 Pie in the future.
The Razer Phone 2 comes in two finishes: mirror black and satin black.
The glass back on the Razer Phone 2 allows it to wirelessly charge.
The $99 optional Razer Phone 2 wireless charger is definitely a must-have just for the light show it puts on when charging.
Yes, the wireless charger matches the color you choose for alerts.