Razer, mostly known for gaming accessories, acquired the smartphone company Nextbit in the beginning of this year. After this acquisition, Razer was expected to launch a smartphone, and it seems like this release is not too far away. You might already have seen a picture showing off the back of an alleged Razer phone which leaked a couple of weeks ago, and recently British mobile carrier Three leaked a product page of the “Razer Phone 64GB Black”.
The product page, which was posted by Three UK, reveals that the Razer Phone will sport an impressive specification sheet. The sheet includes a 120Hz 5.72-inch display, a 4000mAh battery, 8GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, as well as a rear dual camera setup. The camera setup consists of a 12MP sensor with an aperture of f/1.75 and a 13MP f/2.6 sensor, the first one will take wide-angle photos and the second one is more like a “normal” shooter. It’ll also come with Dolby Atmos front-facing speakers and 4G Super-Voice technology. It seems like the tech will prevent dead zones while calling.
The picture on the product page doesn’t reveal much because of the extremely poor quality, but the OS looks very similar to stock Android. We can also see that the design is quite similar to the Nextbit Robin, with sharp corners and a rectangular shape.
Some of the Razer Phone’s specs weren’t mentioned on the product page, but a GFXBench page reveals the rest for us. It claims that the phone will feature a Snapdragon 835, a 7MP selfie-shooter, a display with a resolution of 1440p, and Android 7.1.1.
Razer will also become a partner with Three, according to a couple of links found by a Reddit user (/u/The_King_of_Okay). These partnerships most likely mean that Razer is serious about stepping into the smartphone market. Also, the tweet for the announcement date is sponsored by Three.
— RΛZΞR (@Razer) October 11, 2017
Razer tweeted that they’ll have a big unveiling of November 1st, and the Razer Phone might be the device they will unveil. Are you interested in the Razer Phone?