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Razer unveils its debut smartphone for 'ultimate entertainment'

03 November 2017

The phone, which is available from €99, can be pre-ordered from Tuesday 7th November and will officially launch in Three stores on 17th November 2017.

This Android Nougat powered device has all the standard features of a flagship phone but, using Razer's years of experience, has been optimised for gamers.

Razer is the company known for making high-powered gaming laptops and now it has created the phone it calls "Razer Phone" with wonderful specifications specifically meant for gamers but also good enough for non-gamers.

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Razer has also partnered with gaming companies like Square Enix to bring gaming to the phone, with games like Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, Gear.Club, Old School Runescape, and Tekken all being part of their various partnerships. While it contains a 4,000 mAh battery, it also remains cool to the touch, thanks to internal thermal diffusers. Players battling on the Razer Phone will engage in overclocked action and turbocharged team fights, thanks to the device's powerful gaming capabilities. And from the way things have shaped up, it looks the new Razer Phone is here for the long run. Razer has worked on it and had made it into an advantage by including dual firing front speakers providing the best audio, not only during gaming but also for music and when watching videos on the large, handsome display. It has nearly double the refresh rate compared to other flagship devices. iPad Pro's display has the 120Hz refresh rate and as per Apple it's "The most advanced display on the planet".

The difference between the Razer Phone's audio playback and those from phones with bottom-facing speakers are audible even to the non-audiophile.

The Razer Phone is priced at $699 (roughly Rs. 45,000) and will be available for purchase later this month. Razer's headphone audio here is provided by a USB-C converter since it does not have a headphone jack, mind you. The Razer Phone, for one, is the only device with a 120Hz display - whether or not Android (and mobile games) can take advantage of the high refresh rate, however, is an entirely different question.

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Connectivity options on the Razer Phone include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, 4G, and 3G.

The Razer Theme Store allows gamers to customize their phone, changing wallpapers, icon packs and colors throughout the phone. The phone is priced at $700 in the U.S., £700 in the United Kingdom, and €750 in Europe. Would you be willing to purchase this smartphone and use it both as a gaming as well as daily driver device or just a gaming exclusive device?

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Razer unveils its debut smartphone for 'ultimate entertainment'