Razer Phone 2

  • Released 2018, October
    220g, 8.5mm thickness
    Android 8.1, planned upgrade to Android 9.0
    64GB storage, microSD slot
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  • 5.72"
    1440x2560 pixels
  • 12MP
  • 8GB RAM
    Snapdragon 845
  • 4000mAh

Razer Phone 2 - Specs

Network Technology GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1800 / 1900 / 2100
4G bands LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 13(700), 14(700), 17(700), 18(800), 19(800), 20(800), 26(850), 28(700), 29(700), 30(2300), 32(1500), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500), 48, 66(1700/2100), 71(600)
Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (5CA) Cat18 1200/150 Mbps
Launch Announced 2018, October
Status Available. Released 2018, October
Body Dimensions 158.5 x 79 x 8.5 mm (6.24 x 3.11 x 0.33 in)
Weight 220 g (7.76 oz)
Build Front glass, aluminum body
 IP67 dust/water resistant (up to 1m for 30 mins)
RGB Illuminated Razer Chroma Logo on the back
Display Type IGZO IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 5.72 inches, 90.2 cm2 (~72.0% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1440 x 2560 pixels, 16:9 ratio (~513 ppi density)
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 5, oleophobic coating
 Wide Colour Gamut
580 nits max brightness
Platform OS Android 8.1 (Oreo), planned upgrade to Android 9.0 (Pie)
Chipset Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 (10 nm)
CPU Octa-core (4x2.8 GHz Kryo 385 Gold & 4x1.7 GHz Kryo 385 Silver)
GPU Adreno 630
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 1 TB (dedicated slot)
Internal 64GB 8GB RAM
Main Camera Dual 12 MP, f/1.8, 25mm (wide), 1/2.55", 1.4�m, dual pixel PDAF, OIS
12 MP, f/2.6, 1/3.1", 1.0�m, 2x optical zoom
Features Dual-LED dual-tone flash, panorama, HDR
Video 2160p@30/60fps, 1080p@30/30/60/120fps, stereo sound rec.
Selfie camera Single 8 MP, f/2.0
Video 1080p@30/60fps
Sound Loudspeaker Yes, with Dolby Atmos stereo speakers (THX-certified amplifiers)
3.5mm jack No
 24-bit/192kHz audio
Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
Comms WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE
GPS Yes, with A-GPS
Radio No
USB Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
Features Sensors Fingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Battery   Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery
Charging Fast battery charging 18W (Quick Charge 4+)
Fast wireless charging 15W
Misc Colors Mirror back, Rugged satin
Models Phone 2
Price $ 399.99 / £ 649.99
Tests Performance Basemark OS II: 4789 / Basemark OS II 2.0: 4163
Basemark X: 54750
Display Contrast ratio: 948 (nominal), 2.932 (sunlight)
Camera Photo / Video
Loudspeaker Voice 78dB / Noise 78dB / Ring 86dB
Audio quality Noise -93.4dB / Crosstalk -92.8dB
Battery life

Razer Phone 2 - User Reviews

  • Absolutely fantastic phone, got mine for $400 My ONLY gripe is the camera, which is rectified with a google camera port. Makes it almost near identical to my Pixel 3. My favorite android phone I've owned, and will continue to recommend it until something much better trumps it. Crisp display, battery is OK for the specs and the speakers are super loud and clear. I don't use the RGB on the back, but it's a neat little party trick for people who swear by samsung / Apple. Easily rooted, and tweaked. Great phone ! Will admit, I have a Razer Bias. But, this is the first phone I have owned by them and I am blown away.

  • I contacted razer support and asked, they said that it only works with GSM networks. However here it says it does also wok with CDMA. Does anyone here know for sure if it works with CDMA as well? That's what my carrier uses. Thank you in advance!

  • I purchased my Razer Phone 2 about a month ago and am loving it so far. The battery life could be better, in my opinion, but its not horrible considering the performance capabilities of the phone. I think the camera should not be a deterrent from this phone if you are looking to utilize the phone for its intended purpose.............GAMING!!!! If you want a device to take pictures and post to social media all day, look at a cut-and-paste mainstream phone (Apple, Galaxy, etc.). The Razer Phone 2 does not belong on this planet for we are not worthy. My only complaint is the volume control for the Ringtone and Notifications are under the same control and can only be separated by downloading certain apps to dictate those controls. Other than that, the the Razer Phone 2 gets an 12 out of 10. -This review has been Defenestrated-

  • Amazing phone

  • Got update for Sept security, cool man. Waiting for Android 10 now

  • bought this phone yesterday and gave all apps a test.. so far there's nothing that does not satisfy me. even the camera is all good, in fact much better than my iphone 7.. with this i'm really glad that i've switched from apple to android

  • Yes it does

  • Word, I think I’m gonna pick one up. Hopefully they will go on sale when the holiday hits

  • Yes it does

  • Does this phone have WiFi calling feature?

  • have you tried turning it off and on again...

  • This works, however a better solution is to pour a couple of litres of petrol all over it. Then once you've finished smoking the devils lettuce flick it on the device. Wait for it to crisp then throw it in the bin where it belongs. Hope this helps :)

  • i had this problem too, easy fix however all i did was factory reset, wait for it to turn on then place it on the facing up. Then you need to jump on it until it breaks then youre sorted

  • Can someone help me please, I just got a razor 2 and when I turned it on the screen that came up was asking for an unlock code for my android, however nothing is working, is there q specific code to be used? Not seeing any in the handbook

  • The problème with razer phone is the design and software

  • Then stick to phones with soft rounded designs catered to girls. Bezels bothering you? At least they have a purpose unlike phones who refuse to have dual front facing speakers yet have a useless chin on the front.

  • 5.72 inches is not gaming phone

  • Dammm the razer phone two is amazing now it's 399.99$ I can't wait to get my hands on the razer photo two

  • I can't believe this is a new phone, this phone looks 5 years+ old

  • No shit, it's compatible. Question is whether Razer will care to provide you that update. There's literally phones on SD801s running Android 9 with custom roms.

  • the frame design its like old sonys xperia design,only company to have a phone stable free on a table like a suvenir :D

  • Have this phone and absolutely love it. So angular. So black. So cool. Seriously the industrial design has this weird property... If you put it down on *anything* with a slight incline, it will slide off. 120 Hz seems like a novelty until you turn it off and realize that animations, etc. at 120 FPS are just so much better. Not everything is built for 120 FPS; I just leave 120 Hz mode on and my battery life seems fine. The customizations for not throttling the CPU in games, etc. are nice. They're unobtrusive and you can ignore them if you want. Anyway, really delighted with this phone.

  • we might get android q since razer phone 2 is running a snapdragon 845. It should be compatible

  • tough choice... two is a good phone but if you like a gaming phone then go for razer.

  • did u know razer didn't sell sparepart on their electronic including this phone? when it's time come your battery didn't have sparepart for replacement why razer didn't supply their sparepart ? but actually they can get profit as well on selling sparepart or they think people will buy another new devices after 1-3 year if our unit broken?

  • Oh pls let the phone get android Q.

  • guys, razer phone2 or note9

  • Did anyone heard a update about android q for razer phone 2?

  • My Razer is awsome! With a new camera APK, I have zero complaints. I've had mine for a couple months and my Battery with normal use lasts 2 days. Of course if you're gaming, you're going to chew up battery. I have a gaming laptop. Good hardware will eat your battery. Price you pay. Don't listen to the reviews. Do some research or go get what the common people have. I Love mine. I get asked about it all the time. Silky smooth

  • This phone is currently going for $500. If it wasn't for the average battery life and lack of accessories (or should I say, the Razer accessories only totaling to like half the price of this phone), I'd snatch this up. Youtube STILL doesn't output at 18:9 ratio so 16:9 ratio is much needed for video-watching and gaming with emulators. I love the speakers, IP67, Wireless Charging, Vanilla-like Android, and GORGEOUS display that this thing has. Here's hoping for a 3rd phone since Project Lynda was abandoned. Maybe it'll be like this phone with a 5,500mAH battery, better IZGO display that Sharp used on their latest phone, 128GB ROM, and Wide-Angle front and back camera to round it out.

  • damn that was a bad news. For me i have no issue using the razer phone 2

  • My Razer Phone 2 is currently repairing because of the Android Pie update i believe, It's not a coincidence that after i updated my Phone overnight using cellular data. Every time i use it, it just locks the phone automatically, It does this when im using wifi mostly...The internet disconnects or the cellular data loses signal then the phone locks automatically.

  • There is no option of 120fps recording, max fps is 60 at every resolution. Ps: Do only I experience camera aplication crashes ?

  • Those bezzels, no that can be in 2018. Jezus Crist. Well at least hes fast, fast draining and good for gaming And screen is 120 beuty

  • So far how is everybody using the android 9.0 pie?

  • Have you tried disable some of the feature like chroma or lower down the display 120hz to 90hz or something?

  • jack is for the headphone, for the charger it was used for the type-c cable

  • already used for 1 month, so far there is no problem with the phone and it was handy even though they said it was heavy but is actually not

  • Every negative comment leads me to believe that this would be the phone for me. :) I have an Essential Phone right now and it works well but, I have held this Razer 2 and it is beautiful. I do not buy something just because everyone says it is the thing to do, I buy something because it is something I would enjoy using.

  • Display is Great But Battery Sucks

  • Obviously a Razer. Who wouldn't know that? Sheesh.

  • Great phone beacuse it comes with 16:9 aspect ratio! Hard to find nowadays.

  • eh doesnt really matter on a phone with such shit battery life and average specs

  • which brand phone is this?

  • This misinformation again. You can blind test me any day of the week with a 120hz monitor and 60hz. I'll pick the 120hz 1000/1000 tries. Maybe you can't tell a difference, most people with a functional brain can.

  • I don't even care about mobile scam industry games. 120hz is just all around better when you're using any device. Get over it. There's a boatload of other normal phones for you out there.

  • best phone

  • It looks like a chocolate bar and i love it. See? Its subjective

  • Razer logo +200 usd in price

  • Ugly device with a crappy companies logo attached to it. "sick brah, you see how good that scrolling through webpages looks with my 120hz refresh rate?! nothing even compares on the market!" Hard pass, Razer is trash!

  • Ugly device with a crappy companies logo attached to it. "sick brah, you see how good that scrolling through webpages looks with my 120hz refresh rate?! nothing even compares on the market!" Hard pass, Razer is trash!

  • Hi, i got my Raser phone 2 a week ago. I read everywhere that the weight of Raser 2 is quite huge 220 g. But when comparing it with my Asus 5z the weight is equal. I compared also my Panasonic CM1 weighting 204 grams and the Raser 2 is lighter. I found that my shop says it is 145grams: www.multitronic.fi/en/products/2211456 I can check the exact weight next week but how is it razer 2 owners?

  • You do realise that even if you're not a gamer, higher refresh rates on screens is still beneficial? Of course, there's drawbacks to it like increased battery drain BUT there's still no reason we can't have ever increasing refresh rates, even for casual users. TVs themselves are supporting higher rates, why can't phones? Might not be many uses for it on a phone now, but eventually there will be. You probably are the sort of person who feels cassette tape and vinyl records are the only technology that holds any value and are unable to adapt to reality. Things are changing.

  • The funny part is I just made a good profit from ordering this phone to my country and selling it for even more ^_^

  • Only Vainglory that support 120hz. Other game not. 120hz useless for game that only support 60hz. For media app 120hz really helpful.

  • I am getting eye cancer just reading some of the dullards in here... 120 Hz screen on a phone. ON A PHONE. What e-sports first person shooters are you guys playing on a phone? Like literally I'd get it if it made a practical difference in your gaming experience but if you're bargain hunting and complaining about the lack of 120Hz I hate to think what your PC builds look like.

  • I cant charge the phone if I plug the 3.5 jack... WTF?

  • Battery life sucks (lots of review about battery discharging etc). And then camera (also sucks). Audio? (still a no. noise vibrating like you're in a toilet) 120Hz refresh rate (see battery above) What about after-sales service? (questionable). Also, a "gaming phone" huh? Why would I buy a phone that's excel in gaming but sucked in every other departments.

  • Gets too hot, can't game at 120hz, screen still not bright enough, speaker grills get filthy, battery life shite because of power sapping useless 120hz screen. Tell me I'm wrong. If you bought it, of course your going to defend it. Just buy any decent SD845 phone and it will be fine for games, and probably have better battery and brighter screen.

  • The point is, it's supposed to be a gaming phone, but can't game at 120hz🤣 who give a shite if it does 120hz on the internet or Twitter.

  • You can actually tell a big difference between 60Hz and 120Hz, 120Hz looks very smooth and even when scrolling through Instagram or on your browser, you can tell a big difference.

  • Our eyes doesn't see a big difference after 60HZ. So why are they doing 120HZ? They do it because it makes a great difference in fast paced gaming or a really extreme slow motion video. But in normal use you wouldn't feel the difference.

  • Guys , what was the purpose of the 120 Hz screen refresh rate. Educate me please

  • look at that performance its a beast

  • Such a shame about the battery life as those speakers, 2K display, and Nova Launcher Prime are major wants from me. Heck, it's even perfect for T-Mobile with Bands 66, 71, and 48. If only Zerolemon or some other brand could create a battery case for this phone to make up for the battery life....it would certainly allow one to enjoy the 120Hz refresh rate more...

  • I still have mixed feelings for this phone. It would be a nice phone to play music and show off. But it's just the fact that you can get the first Razer Phone with most of the things. The IP67 is nice and the wireless charging is good. But it's just the fact that you can have like 90% of the same thing from the first Razer Phone

  • STOP complaining about the razer phone its their 2nd phone and still has more things than apple in innovation.

  • I feel like the guy who did the review didn't do the score. No way with is this phone 4/5 with so many cons, especially considering half of those totally contradict the pros like - Gaming Plus mode as a pro but gets seriously hot while gaming con and the 120Hz display but no game going over 60 fps! The review was written great and true but pros and cons and score are absolutely shocking.

  • Too large phone with ugly bezel frame in a body dimension that is standard 6inch to even 6.4 inch screen phones.

  • Asus ROG phone still the best !! compare to this block of brix

  • I did find a USB-C and headphone jack splitter that's compatible with the previous and current-gen Razer Phones that can let you charge and listen to your music and movies privately, it also has a hi-res audio DAC but the USB-C side disallows data transfer and it does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0+ which can downsides to getting it. Nevertheless, you can search for 'liootech pixel type c headphone adapter' on online shops like Amazon or eBay and you can find listings for the splitter.

  • You should know the reason why Razer never give up on IGZO LCDs for their phones is because AMOLED screens on mobile devices cannot go over 90Hz right now unless display manufacturers has make breakthroughs for AMOLED panels on mobile devices to have refresh rates of 120Hz and beyond.

  • It's the exact same phone but an update on the camera and IP improvement. If they have the AMOLED display, this would have been the best phone ever

  • Has there ever been a phone that's not by Razer that has a 120Hz display?

  • For a mobile gamer to have everything it really occupies, it is necessary to have at least these 4 things to avoid connectivity problems and latency failures. 1.- Input 3.5mm for hearing aids so that the audio works correctly, that of sharing the type C input to charge and to connect some hearing aids is very bad idea. 2.- Connectivity to television via Mhl as they had several high-end phones from past generations. 3.- A gamepad with powerbank of minimum 6000mha and that can be connected via the type C connector so that there is no delay between the controller and the game. 4.-It is necessary to have a slot for memory card, I currently have a 128gb memory card with movies, emulators, besides having a lot of my music, it is better to have all that in an external card so as not to saturate the cell phone internally and make it slower.

  • Gaming with a BT headset, or gaming with a 3.5mm and not be able to charge, is a big no-no for me.

  • The theory was that if Project Linda was released, then both phones would still be compatible as their measurements are similar.

  • I got to handle one of these at work and I must say this phone is very cool! I like the solid feel and gripping it from all angles is easy - don't have to worry about accidental screen taps as you would with a curved screen. The glowing back logo looks great and there are some nice transition animations. The UI is smooth; it runs Nova Launcher (a favorite of mine) so you can customize it however you like. I didn't spend much time with taking pictures or running many apps, but with what I saw I think a lot of folks will be very happy with this phone!

  • android 8 oreo, not 6, yes subject to licence

  • Why is it exactly the same as last model? Is Razer trying to copy Apple?

  • im not seeing a second type c, but what he meant was, type-c audio is just paying more for less/same quality audio (usually less), and the only advantage is the phone not having the jack 3.5 (more space) and placing a second usb port basically defeated the only advantage of type c audio. And again im not seeing a secon usb port here, this "gaming phone" still sucks thou, no gamepad

  • Tom Cassell (Syndicate) will promote the hell outta this

  • Coz apparently they are starting to transition from 3.5mm to type-c wired headphones?

  • Why would you put 2 type c ports instead of 1 c and headphone jack lmfao.

  • It's nice to see razer sticking to their roots for the design. I like the bezels. I have a Sony Xperia Z5 (XD unique version) and I happen to like the bezels. During games they help and they give an elegance and uniqueness to the phone. So it's good to see razer keeping them. The front facing speakers will be powerful, I have no doubt about that. The screens weaknesses have been addressed, the cameras have been addressed.. Really razer heard the complaints and worked on them. Happy gaming to those who will get it! Remember folks to customize your phones, make them personal!

  • Where do i get the Razer 2 phone wallpaper prism as shown in the posted picture?

  • Still no 3m5mm jack? Dammmn, atleast they couldve put 2 Type-C ports for simuletaneously charging and using wired headphones since its annoying enought to charge 2 devices at once.

  • So a gaming phone that's presumably always going to have a low battery , doesn't have a jack so you can play and and charge while using headsets... unless you use some shitty wireless crap... with bad latency and quality ...

  • No one is forcing you to like this phone. If you hate it , why are you even here???

  • It has FRONT FIRING STEREO SPEAKERS, also since it's for GAMING, it'll have space for GRIPPING and not fully covering the screen with your fingers.

  • But it also has OIS, NFC, an IP rating, wireless charging, what I assume is the Qualcomm X20 modem, and even though you complain about them the bezels are front facing speakers a feature not many phones have and the screen while IPS and not OLED has 120 Hz Refresh rate and is certified for HDR Netflix. Is it a lot of money, yeah I guess, but its real competitors are priced similarly.

  • 120Hz screen is expensive thats why

  • For $800 USD you get: -Snapdragon 845 -Huge ugly ass bezels -No OLED screen First of all why is this phone so god damn expensive? Chinese manufacturers offer the same SOC for literally half the price! What's the point of front facing speakers when you don't have a headphone jack that literally provides better sound quality?!?!! Picture quality is still behind many Chinese flagship phones... Either drop the price or don't sell it at all!

  • For real? 16:9 over 18:9 any day.

  • Razer has big bezels and classic aspect ratio: this is an advantage in games, when you need to have a good grip. Also the variable refresh rate can make a big difference, as seen in desktop titles, where low input lag is critical.

  • What is the different of razer2 to note9 or any android with sd845 in game fanctionality?

  • Yo, The Razer Phone 2 does not support CDMA, look it up on best buy, one of the retailers who sell this phone.

  • Why didn't they extend the phone...? They could have kept the same big bezels with those massive speakers, but just make the phone a bit taller.

  • To whomever as GSMArena that edits this, there are 2 things you're missing (based on Razer's website): 1. The microSD card actually goes up to 1TB; not 512 (makes a difference once a valid card with that capacity comes out) 2. Also there will be a version of the phone with a Satin Black finish with 128GB of space instead of the 64GB but that it's coming later and the price tag of that one (or if that version will be more CDMA-based like for Verizon or Sprint) is unknown.

  • Wow its Xperia 😱

  • 64gb storage? What a joke. Well, that lost my interest. Sd cards are so 2015. Slow or expensive, and annoying to move stuff all the time.

  • lol.. razer 2

  • The USB type-c isn't even a fraction as durable as the 3.5mm jack. It's very obvious that it was removed as another measure for planned obsolescence.

  • Your this phone, what?

  • I wanna take pictures with the beauty mode for my Tinder profile. (keynote reference)

  • definitely your this phone will crush yours.

  • Definitely the Mate 20 series will crush this one, literally.

  • Love the 16:9 screen, 5.7" like the Galaxy Note good old days...

  • I believe that this phone would be killin' with those curves... If this was 2014.

  • Maybe the design is for the laptop compatibility, focus is on gaming, cool and reliable fon, and you can use it as daily driver.

  • Only 64 GB? Ninja, please!

  • welcome to 2001

  • no dual-sim?

  • Very disappointed with this Razer phone 2 ..... 1) Screen size still the same as usual 2) Internal memory no upgrade still 64GB also 3) Type C to headphone 3.5mm jack adapter hard to purchase for spare use, unable to use 3rd party adapter from other phone

  • No and no. Also, since when is removing a feature a good thing? You do realize phones with a headphone jack can connect via wire and wirelessly, right? It's called Bluetooth and it's NOT only available on phones without a headphone jack. Do some research next time, please.

  • Sound quality is better ? What are you talking about ?! Or maybe you have a pair of 5$ headphones and you can't tell the difference . Because of people like you that don't know what they are talking about , phone without headphone jack , stupid notches and no micro SD slots are being made ... Damn ...

  • don't live in the past, all phones are removing the 3.5mm jack. sound quality is better, and allows them to make the phone better.

  • Disastrous phone. Huge bezels, roof tile shape that can pierce the pocket of one's pants, no 3.5mm jack (Asus Rog has it) and the rest is gimmicks. I'd take a Pocophone or a Honor Play over this even if all 3 had the same price.

  • H.264 player ?? It`s 2018 ...

  • The Rog phone has one upper hand which its main cores click to 2.96GHz instead of the regular 2.7/2.8GHz which may give it a slight advantage in gaming but the difference will be small.

  • No jack, no go.

  • Razer were open with the reason behind not including the headphone jack unlike other companies. They say they simply could not fit it because of the big 4000mah battery. No its not because of "courage".

  • every phone is fail as long as running on androidOS

  • If you have the razor phone 1 and your brother has the 2, you put in on the same table - both of you might pick up the wrong one. Still square design? come on! Not Amoled display? Still seeing frame rate drops on pubg on 120hz screen. SMH Better wait for Kirin 980 or SD 855.

  • what a lame phone, they advertise it as gaming phone, but no 3,5mm jack? fail!

  • 8.0 native support, yes, limited support only huawei, xiaomi, audio technica,

  • LOL. Very true, indeed. Yeah why?

  • All Android 6.0+ based phones support LDAC naively thanks to Sony's contribution. unfortunately, headphones makers still have to pay Sony for license to support it on thier side which almost no one does.

  • Storage is very disappointing. Everything else is on point.

  • The ROG phone. You mean that phone that it's still vaporware till this point?

  • Why are manufacturers just removing features from a phone for no reason. Like no 3.5mm headphone jack...

  • This is lame a game phone that has 64gb of memory. and the price mi god!

  • so no one would bash its bezel cuz its razer. But if its Sony it would be a different case.

  • This should've come with the headphone jack. WIthout that, ROG Phone is gonna dominate this.

  • I'm really feel like this phone has a lot going for it (no notch is already a huge plus in my book). But the price, it's not as steep as the other flagships, but at $800, there's the iPhone XR that so many people are going to choose over this phone simply because of, Apple (ugh). It's best to wait a couple of months till the price drops to $700, $650 being ideal.

  • even though razer makes external controller, appears no annoucement that Razer 2 natively support them, even though the rest of the phone is decent, won't appeal to hipsters who like notches and chins, but the mascaline and industry aesetetics appeals to be, also shame, no support for high resolution wireless such as aptx hd (even though uses qualcomm chip) or ldac, just bluetooth 5 which there is no earphones/headphones support this standard yet

  • oh my god

  • Same height but slightly wider than its predecessor. Better main rear camera. Same battery capacities, same display but with double the nits and RGB Illuminated Razer Chroma Logo on the back, can't wait if it can last longer than the first one.

  • first one. the spec are all amazing, i just hope the pricing is not too high.