Razer Phone

Razer Phone: A Smartphone for Hardcore Mobile Gamers

Razer, the company best known for producing computers, keyboards, and mice for hardcore gamers have officially entered the smartphone space with the launch of its new Razer Phone.

It has been priced at $699 (or approx Rs 45,000) and it will be going on sale from November 17.So, without waiting anymore, let’s get to know the full specifications of the Razer Phone.

Razer Phone: Full Specifications

Razer Phone is powered by Android 7.1 Nougat, Fingerprint Sensor and Dual rear camera with 12MP primary + 13MP wide-angle secondary camera with LED flash.


Razer Phone: Display

The 5.7-inch Razer Phone sports a 2K (2840 x 1080) LCD display, similar to the panel you’d find on the 14-inch Blade laptop. It has a stunning screen backed by UltraMotion Technology that delivers refresh rates up to 120 Hz. This means the phone has zero lag or stuttering, just fluid, buttery smooth motion content to enjoy. The display also supports a wide color gamut and is protected by Gorilla Glass 3 from Corning.


Razer Phone

This phone is stately and unassuming at the same time. The phone’s shape is unapologetically rectangular without a curved edge in sight. The phone has a 5.7-inch 16:9 ratio screen, square shoulders, huge bezels (which houses a dual front-facing speaker array that’s Dolby Atmos-certified), and a 4,000mAh non-removable battery which supports quick charging. It also features a soft-touch metal body, which you can only get in matte black, and it has a fingerprint sensor, which is placed in the right-side power key.

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There’s no headphone jack provided in this phone. But inside the Razer Phone box, there is a THX-certified audio dongle that lets you hook up headphones for 24-bit sound. Other noticeable design elements include an embossed laser transferred Razer logo to the rear, and a thicker frame, something that Razer claimed allows for better heat dissipation.


Razer Phone: Camera

The Razer Phone has a dual lens system on the rear that sandwiches two 12-megapixel sensors: a wide-angle f/1.75 optic and a standard lens with a f/2.6 optic. You can’t select between each lens manually. They are used together to offer a smooth zoom feature, so when you pinch-to-zoom from the wide-angle, it can pull on the longer focal length lens for real data. It also offers phase-detection auto-focus and a dual-tone dual-LED flash. The front camera is an 8 MP f/2.0 camera.


Razer Phone

The phone is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Razer is turning up the notch a bit though, with 8 GB of LPDDR4 1600 MHz RAM. The combination should provide plenty of performance, as well as great multitasking. There’s 64 GB of UFS internal storage and microSD support for an additional 2 TB of storage.

In anticipation of high temperatures while gaming, Razer is also preloading its Game Booster app to help optimize power and performance so the all-aluminum phone doesn’t become uncomfortable to hold.

It will have Android 7.1 Nougat, but Oreo will be pushed for the device in the coming months. The company has also partnered with the developers behind Nova Launcher to develop a custom Nova Launcher Prime-based UI designed especially for the Razer phone.

For further specifications watch this video:

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