Last year, the company Razer presented its first Android smartphone and does not intend to stop there. Already this year will see the light not only docking station under the conditional name Project Linda, first shown at CES 2018, but also a smartphone Razer Phone 2.It is known that the docking station will get a display with a diagonal of 13.3 inches, a battery capacity of 53.6 W⋅h, which will fully charge Razer Phone three times, and a keyboard with backlight and support technology Razer Chroma. Interestingly, Project Linda is capable of turning the company's smartphone into a full-fledged laptop, to which you can connect a computer mouse and other peripherals. In addition, when connected to it, the smartphone Razer Phone turns into a handy touchpad. At the same time, the body of the docking station is made of aluminum alloy. Its thickness is only 15 mm, and its weight is 1.25 kg. As for the Razer Phone 2 smartphones, there is no information about them. We only know that compared to the first generation of gadgets, they are expected to increase productivity, which is quite expected and can hardly surprise anyone. Recall that the original Razer Phone boasts a Quad HD+ screen with a resolution of 1440 × 2880 pixels, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and no small amount of RAM for a smartphone - as much as 8 GB. We can only guess what potential customers will be surprised by the second generation of mobile devices from Razer - the company specializing in gaming devices. It is expected that both devices will be presented simultaneously, in September this year. It will happen at the IFA 2018 exhibition in Berlin. More details about the devices from Razer should be expected closer to this date.