Razer has called this an "Ultramotion" display, meaning it'll dynamically synchronise the GPU and display. The 5.72-inch LCD screen is designed for no lag or stuttering while producing clear and colorful images. To this end, it has endowed the device with dual Dolby Atmos front-facing speakers. It will ship with a THX-certified USB C type headphone adapter.
Along with its gaming credentials, the Razer Phone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 8GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage which is expandable. Earlier yesterday, we had received the phone being listed ahead of its launch and the device has now officially been launched. In every aspect, the Razer smartphone is an awesome gaming device and the best of its kind for a first launch except for the expensive price tag $699.99 which is a given considering the specs of the phone. The Razer Phone sports dual 12-megapixel cameras on the back, one takes telephoto shots, while the other is used for wide shots, and a 4,000 mAh battery.
For the gamer in you, Razer has partnered with Tencent and Square Enix to offer popular multiplayer online battle (MOBA) "Arena of Valor", alongside of other games such as "Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition", "Shadowgun Legends", and "Titanfall™: Assault", to name a few.
Razer has announced the company's first smartphone, which is coming out November 17 in North America and Europe. But is it possible to make an Android device significantly more suited for gaming than, say, powerful 2017 flagships such as the LG V30, Samsung Galaxy S8, or Pixel 2? On the Razer Phone, the launcher shows an overlay theme for better integration. Out of the box, the display is set at the 90Hz refresh rate, in order to balance out between performance and battery life.More news: Trick Or Treat! Restaurants Offer Freebies For Halloween
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To begin with, the Razer Phone seems the least concerned about looks and aesthetics.
The Razer Phone has its own unique settings that allow users to choose their max framerate.
Dave Dyson, CEO at Three UK, said: "My ambition is always to innovate in ways that deliver better experiences for our customers and a partnership with Razer is a flawless fit". Not only is the device fine-tuned for gamers but it will also be of appeal to customers looking for a best of breed entertainment device, thanks to its stunning display and great audio quality.
More info on the Razer phone can be found here. The standard model will be available with a Black logo.