Razer's first phone didn't exactly set the world on fire, but it was nice to see an attempt at a "gaming" phone in an era where you can play the likes of Fortnite on a handheld device. Well, it must have done alright, as Razer appears to have a follow-up in the works.
Serial gadget leaker Evan Blass revealed the above image on Twitter yesterday, showing what looks like a slightly modified version of the original Razer Phone, with Blass himself stating it will be "almost identical ... from a design perspective".
Until now, there was one glaring hole in Razer's otherwise comprehensive lineup: phones. After all, more people spend time playing Candy Crush and Clash of Clans than even the most popular AAA PC titles.
No idea what sort of specs it'll have, but at the very least, it should come with faster internals. It will most likely keep the 120Hz display — probably the device's biggest talking point — but fingers crossed we get a better fingerprint reader and camera.