Razer Gaming Smartphone

Nov 3, 2017

Category: Tech

Believe it or not, a shockingly large sect of gamers play exclusively on their mobile devices. And that’s a shame, as games are mostly an afterthought for most smartphone manufacturers. There is an exception, however, in the new Razer Phone – this impressive device is focused specifically on gaming first.

It starts on the inside with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with 8 gigs of RAM, mated to a 4,000 mAh battery – one of the most powerful found in any smartphone. They pair with a pair of Dolby ATMOS front-firing speakers and dual amplifiers backed up by THX-certified tech under the hood. It also comes equipped with dual 12MP cameras on the front and back, respectively. But the star of the show has got to be the brilliant zero-lag Quad HD Ultramotion display – that has a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz for buttery smooth motion. Shockingly, this gaming-focused smartphone is set to retail for just $700 – when it’s released, that is.

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