Razer's co-founder Robert Krakoff is known for giving interviews to journalists regardless of their popularity or status in the news industry. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Earlier this month a render for the Razer Phone 2 was leaked revealing that the handset will look exactly like the original device up front. Now, a new press render has leaked online and it gives everyone a look at the upcoming gaming smartphone’s back.

The new leaked press render for the Razer Phone 2 was shared by Evan Blass (@evleaks) on Twitter. Like the previously leaked render from earlier this month, it shows that the handset will still have thick top and bottom bezels which will house two front-firing speakers. It also appears as though that Razer will still be implementing a 16:9 aspect ratio for the device’s display, which is now slowly becoming more and more uncommon since the taller 18:9 aspect ratio has become the trend these days.

The most interesting thing about this leaked render is that that it also shows the Razer Phone 2’s back. Like the first-generation gaming phone, the upcoming handset still comes with dual cameras on the back. However, the cameras are now located at the top center instead of being on the top-left corner, as pointed out by Android Authority.

The dual-camera module on the Razer Phone 2 also seems very reminiscent of the triple-camera module on the LG V40 ThinQ, which was teased yesterday by LG. The lenses are located on the opposite sides of the module and the dual-tone LED flash appears to be in the middle of the two.

Another important thing to point out here is the Razer logo on the back appears to be glowing. Blass confirmed that the Razer logo does light up. Interestingly, it’s very likely that users will be able to customize the colors of the logo’s RGB lighting, much like Razer’s other gaming accessories. It’s being speculated that users will be able to do this through the Razer Chroma app.

The only thing that this render hasn’t confirmed is whether or not the fingerprint sensor will be located on the side of the Razer Phone 2. There’s no rear-mounted sensor and there doesn’t appear to be any hints that the device will have an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The date shown on the Razer Phone 2 press render is Oct. 10. It’s being speculated that this is the date when Razer will officially launch the gaming smartphone. There are no leaks yet regarding the phone’s specs, but it’s expected that it will have the same 120Hz display that’s found on the first-generation Razer Phone.