As Razer already confirmed that the 2nd generation Razer Phone is in development, and as it was already spotted in some benchmark databases, it was just a matter of time before a picture of it came online.
AndroidHeadlines.com managed to get their hands on a press render from "a reliable source", and it appears that the Razer Phone 2 won't change that much when it comes to design, featuring the same square/boxy design, with large speakers at the top and bottom.
The only thing that can be seen on the picture of the Razer Phone 2, which is the one on the right side, is that it has slightly thicker side bezels, which could be due to the rumored Razer Chroma LED lighting, and something is also different with the front camera setup.
Earlier rumors and benchmark details show Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC, 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage.
The desktop on the picture also suggests that Razer Phone 2 could be unveiled on October 10th, and hopefully, Razer will have a surprise or two left to unveil.