Most powerful Gaming Phone of 2018: Razer Phone 2

Discussion in 'Mobile' started by AMBERHalaybiz333, Dec 2, 2018.

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  1. AMBERHalaybiz333

    AMBERHalaybiz333 New Member

  2. mo-iro

    mo-iro Active Member

    Sorry, but this website is wrong, razer phone 2 is not even close to be the most powerful mobile this year. I like razer stuff and use then, but if we compare this to the rog phone or even the one plus 6t the razer phone has a lot of missing features
  3. hasimo14

    hasimo14 Well-Known Member

    what is the base decision to say that this phone is more powerfull then other phone or otherwise??
  4. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Maybe 3Dmark slingshot extreme, Geekbench 4, unlike first gen Razer Phone last year, this year a lot other brands having similar cpu and ram specs, but with 120Hz for best experience, Razer Phone still leads. Though I won’t say by far with other flagship android gaming phone, in real gaming usage should be pretty same.
  5. mo-iro

    mo-iro Active Member

    I have no idea, but the only feature that razer has is the 120hz screen, all other things the others have too and in some cases better implemented, like the speakers, cooling system, bigger screen, acessories, factory overclock and I'm talking just about the rog phone. Razer could make a better work, much better and we know it.
  6. -Kasumi-

    -Kasumi- New Member

    it just razer phone 2 download game data not working on background or sleep mode

    meanwhile galaxy note and redmi note can do this work without problem

    it really wasting battery and time to watch over the downloading process
  7. Ringowu1234

    Ringowu1234 New Member

    I've never tried the ROG phone, but are the speakers really better than the Dolby Atmos powered speakers?

    The Razer Phone 2 has the most impressive speakers I ever seen on a mobile phone
  8. ThirdTemple

    ThirdTemple Active Member

    One thing it doesn't have is a commitment to software updates, monthly security and otherwise. And that falls on management.

    Essential phone won't produce a follow up device and didn't take the market by storm with the PH1 but, they're killing it with consistent monthly security patches.

    I just bought $200 worth of products from Razer yesterday and I want this company to succeed and find longevity in a competitive mobile environment but, their approach to software updates, or lack thereof, is patronizing to customers and is representative of laziness. And this phone has Project Treble to make the update process painless. The OnePlus One had a crazy amount of OTAs for their freshman release. When there's a will there's a way.

    No communication, no consistency, no commitment. I wouldn't call that a bedrock approach to market disruption.
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