The gaming performance of the Razer Phone 2 is better than that of the Razer Phone, all thanks to the powerful Snapdragon 845 processor. Compared to the Snapdragon 835 chipset’s Adreno 540 GPU, the Adreno 630 GPU inside the Snapdragon 845 chipset is 40% more powerful. The phone also features vapor chamber cooling system for better heat dissipation and better overall gaming performance. There’s 8GB RAM, so no matter what game you’re playing, it won’t affect the system performance. Hence, the Razer Phone 2 can offer better frame rates for almost all high-end games, be it Asphalt 9, Fortnite, PUBG, or Street Fighter 4. For a more immersive experience, the phone’s 120Hz refresh rate screen offers more perceived gaming fluidity. The Razer Cortex app not only lists a curated list of popular mobile games but also allows game optimization through CPU clock speed, frame rate, and resolution settings through Razer Game Booster feature. Razer has also announced that it has over 100 UltraMotion compatible games
to take full benefit of its phones’ 120Hz refresh rate screens. Thanks to a 4000mAh battery, you can game long without worrying too much about battery life, and when the battery is low, you can use the phone’s compatibility with Quick Charge 4+ (at up to 24W) charging technology through its USB Type-C port. There’s wireless charging, too, and Razer is also selling a wireless charger with funky RGB lighting, something the company is known for in the PC gaming industry.