New Razer Phone Offers Gaming With Powerful Display

  • New Razer Phone Offers Gaming With Powerful Display

New Razer Phone Offers Gaming With Powerful Display

The Razer Phone - the most powerful gaming smartphone yet?

The cell phone is said to brandish 5.72-inch IGZO show with 120Hz invigorate rate and Wide Color Gamut (WCG) bolster.

These two front-facing Dolby ATMOS (stereo) speakers have dual amplifiers as well.

Other features of the phone are Dual 12 MP + 13 MP camera, f/1.75 & f/2.6 aperture lens, 8 MP autofocus front camera, 64GB internal storage, Micro SD card up to 256GB, USB-C port and USB C to 3.5mm converter as well.

The Razer Phone boasts Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chip - the same chip that powers the Google Pixel 2 and Galaxy S8.

It runs on Android Nougat with Oreo expected to land in Spring 2018.

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

The phone has a 4,000 mAh lithium-ion battery, which is said to be on the top-end when it comes to battery capacity for smartphones.

Mobile games are being optimised by partners for the Razer Phone display, with frame rates of up to 120fps.

Pre-orders are now live for the Razer Phone through Razer's official website, Three (in Europe), Amazon and select Microsoft stores in the USA. and will launch on November 17.

A quarter of the money raised will be used "to develop new verticals in the gaming and digital entertainment industry, including mobile devices", and another quarter to "to finance acquisitions that will continue the expansion of the company's ecosystem".

What separates the Razer Phone from the competition is its focus on performance.

Gaming firm Razer has finally unveiled its smartphone i.e. Razer Phone on its official website. The company is heavily marketing the new "UltraMotion" display on the Razer Phone.

Razer is arguing its "Ultramotion" technology is similar to G-Sync and allows the phone's frame rate to link to the GPU.

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The Razer Phone has electronic image stabilization, which might be helpful while creating first-person gaming videos.

Dave Dyson, CEO at Three UK, said: "My ambition is always to innovate in ways that deliver better experiences to our customers and a partnership with Razer is a ideal fit". This area also provides a good place for your thumbs to rest while you're jamming away on whatever game you're going at, as long as it plays in landscape mode.

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