Razer Phone has not reached much in the market, and phone impressions are currently split, many boasting the display and quality audio system, but criticism of the camera and its outdated design. It looks like Razer is already working on a new generation of smartphones that could be launched alongside an accessory that turns it into a laptop, a concept that was presented at CES 2018 as Project Linda
Razer is accustomed to present futuristic futuristic concepts at CES, but few of them come to market in their final form. Certain elements of the company's projects such as LCD display keys, or RGB LED lighting have been implemented in finished products, but Project Linda seems to be on the way to becoming a true accessory without too much by the prototype presented two weeks ago
Information about launching a Project Linda on the market comes with information on the Razer Phone 2, which could be released this autumn. Because Razer Phone has not been in the market for a long time and the company's smartphone division is very new, there is no way to launch a new model every six months. Thus, the company focuses its efforts to mark the one-year anniversary of the second-generation phone.
Frandroid claims his sources close to Razer are talking about a disclosure in September this year at or near the IFA fair in Berlin. Alongside the phone, the Linda dock, which includes an extra battery, storage space, USB ports and a headphone jack, along with a 120 Hz QHD display and RGB keyboard, can also be seen.