Razer Phone 2 gets insane $300 discount

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If you’re in the market for a new mid-range Android Smartphone, look no further than the Razer Phone 2 as it has just received a substantial price drop of $300 by Amazon, bringing it down to just $500.

The Razer Phone 2 is quite unique compared to its competition, especially at this price point. It offers an RGB backlit logo, a 120Hz display, robust cooling and an IP67 rated water resistance.

The 120Hz Ultramotion QuadHD display is hands down one of the best features of this phone, making it stand out from other similarly priced phones like the OnePlus 6T, the Vivo NEX or even the Pocophone F1. The smoothness is not only noticeable while gaming, but day-to-day usage as well making scrolling through apps and UI a treat to the eyes.

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It’s quite a power house and packs just the right specs to ensure a lag-free gaming experience. At the heart of the phone lies the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC which might be outshined by the recently released 855 SoC, but is still plenty capable to give 120fps in all supported games. Additionally it has 8GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a massive 4000mAh battery for endured longevity. You can read more about the Razer Phone here.

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Shayan
An avid technology enthusaist. From smartphones and computers to pagers and calculators, I love learning and sharing about everything technology.

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