Razor launches smartphone with 120Hz display and 4000mAh battery

Razer Announces First Smartphone with 120 Hz Display

Razer Phone: Bezel Less, 4000 MaH Batter and Much More

Nevertheless, the company chose to launch its first Razer Phone.

But depending on how you hold phone your thumbs are still likely to cover those lovely speakers.

Looking at those, it's clear the Razer Phone was made for specs-craving gamers because it doesn't appeal much elsewhere.

While 120Hz displays do exist on phones such as the Sharp Aquos, a vast majority of them are locked at 60Hz screen output, which doesn't offer adequate refresh rates for high-end gaming.

Razer has just announced the Razer Phone, an absolute beast of an Android device, coming soon to a palm near you. Can it really compete with the likes of Apple, Google, and Samsung, all of whom have poured hundreds of research hours into building the ideal smartphone camera? Not only that, it also has 24-bit "audiophile-quality" sound, but users would need to pair Bluetooth or USB Type-C headsets, as it doesn't have a headphone jack. The phone also borrows some traits from its step-sibling, the Nextbit Robin featuring a box-shaped body with the fingerprint sensor located on the right edge. The company's UltraMotion display is expected to deliver smooth graphics and synchronize with the phone's graphics processing unit to reduce display lag. It's also equipped with Dolby Atmos in the dual front-facing speakers.

Razer - gaming company- unveils the first smartphone, Razer Phone.

As for its software, the Razor Phone runs a near stock version of Android Nougat, which is further upgradeable to Android Oreo.

Other key specs that smartphone buyers always consider are the processor and RAM and here Razer definitely doesn't disappoint with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform and a plentiful 8GB of RAM. Like most Razer products, the phone prioritizes high specifications and performance, with a focus on the facilities of greatest importance for gaming and media.

The device is the first endeavor to create a pure gaming smartphone. As the company's slogan suggests, the phone is built keeping in mind the company's roots - Gaming. "Razer has produced something that is a step ahead of any other mobile gaming device and I am delighted to be able to make this exclusive experience available to Three's customers". In terms of storage, the offering from Razer features 64GB of internal storage which can be expanded up to 2TB through its microSD card support.

We've had a chance to get hands on with the device before the launch. Razer has effectively prodded to dispatch its first ever cell phone on November first.

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