Razer Phone Successor Confirmed by Company, Will Integrate PC Services


As of now, there is no other information available about the Razer Phone 2. We produced quite a lot of coverage on the Razer Phone previous year, from its launch, to a full review and even a couple of follow-ups on software updates.

To build on that initial success, Razer is going to introduce the second generation of the Razer Phone.

Razer announced the news in an earnings report (spotted by WCCFTech), calling itself an "industry forerunner" when it launched the original Razer Phone.

Razer claims in the report that its gaming smartphone got more than a positive response in the industry, which of course serves as its motivation to follow-up with a successor for it.

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Now, Razer has revealed that a successor is on the way. As part of the report, Razer notes that it has been very pleased with the success of its first smartphone, adding that the company is "now focusing its resources into the development of the second-generation Razer Phone and accompanying software releases". Along with that, the company also states that this time around, it plans on bringing some of its software services from PC over to the mobile market.

All smartphones, regardless of operating system, should be gaming phones, because you can play various games on them, from console-grade titles that can run on mobile hardware to gaming apps that would work even on older machines.

Razer jumped into the phone market with the Razer phone past year after purchasing the makers of the Nextbit Robin, a phone which offloaded apps, photos and videos to the cloud when the phone ran low on space to solve storage issues.