Razer Phone 2 represents a melding of “Industry-leading gaming performance” and a score of “flagship features”, according to the firm.

The hardware looks aesthetically very similar to its predecessor with two front-firing speakers sitting above and below the display.

Razer Phone 2 sports a 5.72-inch LCD display that boasts a resolution of 1440×2560 and a density of 513 pixels-per-inch.

The speakers on the device mean the Razer Phone 2 does not deliver an all-screen design similar to the iPhone Xs or its other Android rivals.

However the gaming manufacturer is certainly more concerned with performance over futuristic looks with the Phone 2.

The hardware is IP67 rated, meaning it can be dunked in up to one metre of water for 30minutes without worry.

Razer have opted for a glass rear panel this year, meaning the Phone 2 is a combination of Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and aluminium.

One of the most identifiable features about the Razer Phone 2 is its illuminated logo that sits on the back of the product.

The light of the logo can be altered via software and will light up when the owner receives notifications.

Razer Phone 2 has a display with a 120Hz refresh rate, which means navigating the user interface and scrolling through web pages should be buttery smooth.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chip sits inside the flagship and is accompanied by an Adreno 630 CPU and 8GB of RAM.

All told this will allow the Razer Phone 2 to handle the latest and greatest games with ease.

Razer have also boasted about the new flagship’s “cooling system” that should allow the Phone 2 to run without a hiccup even when under heavy loads.

The manufacturer said: “You can’t play hard without the hardware.

“We’ve engineered a cooling system that efficiently sustains higher average frame rates, for a cooler and more comfortable experience, whether you’re in an extended gaming session or running multiple apps at the same time.”

The Razer Phone 2 also comes equipped with a number of flagship features to back up its blisteringly fast performance.

The glass rear of the product means it supports wireless charging and the camera system has also received a substantial upgrade.

Razer Phone 2 has a dual-camera setup that is comprised of two 12-megapixel sensors.

One is a standard system while the other is a telephoto that allows for zoomed in shots that retain high levels of detail.

A single front-facing camera is present on the product that is 8-megapixels.

Razer Phone 2 is priced at £779.99 and will be shipped to all customers that pre-order it on November 9.