And now, Razer has been rumoured to be working on a smartphone keeping in mind the gaming enthusiast, Razer Phone, as per listings on an UK-based e-commerce retail store, 3G.co.uk, an affiliate of Three UK. As for pricing details and some of the finer specs, we won't be finding out about those until the phone is officially announced tomorrow.
But one detail that didn't leak could be important to potential purchasers and that's the weight of the new phone.More news: Judge accidentally reveals victor of hot United Kingdom baking program
The technical specifications of the Razer Phone has been identified by the user Reddit open1your1eyes0 on the website of the british operator 3G. The only question is whether or not the Snapdragon CPU in the device can push that refresh rate without a problem. We previously thought the phone would have a single rear-facing camera, but it now seems it'll include a dual-camera system with a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens and a 13-megapixel zoom sensor. It also packs 4000 mAh battery with support to Qualcomm's Quick Charge 4.0.
Nobody would blame you if you expect this Razer Phone leak to originate from the regular leakers out there who always get access to such information well ahead of a phone's launch date.More news: Hasan, Malik star as Pakistan cruise to victory over Sri Lanka
The first ever smartphone by Razer will most likely set the stage for any future gaming smartphones to come. The Razer Phone 64GB Black comes with 64 GB of storage which is obvious from the name but other than that the Razer Phone specifications reveal that the phone will also have a 120 Hz display which is impressive for a smartphone. Moreover, the handset also features Dolby Atmos audio and dual front-facing speakers coupled with amplifiers certified by THX.
To develop a gaming smartphone, Razer acquired smartphone manufacturer Nextbit earlier this year. The listing also reveals that the phone will come with 120Hz refresh rate, something that is rarely found on any smartphone display.More news: Most of NFL's Houston Texans kneel during anthem after owner's 'inmates' remark
Tom Moss, now the general manager of Razer's phone effort and the former CEO of Nextbit, teased the upcoming announcement a few weeks ago, posting a picture of his boss, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, with what appeared to be the new device sticking out of a jeans pocket. Let us know down in the comments.
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