Razer Gaming Phone

Razer Gaming Phone Launched with 8GB RAM And 120Hz Display

Ever wondered how cool it would be if a smartphone making giant could bring to us a gaming mobile? That day is here. Remember, Nextbit Robin? The cute little smartphone which was oddly shaped and whose frame was broke into half by our own JerryRigEverything. Reportedly, Nextbit Robin was acquired by Razer, Razer the company which is widely known for making the best gaming peripherals and gaming laptops.Now they came up with Razer Gaming Phone with a lot of flagship specifications.

Since they bought the smartphone making company there have been rumours floating around the Internet about a gaming smartphone to be launched by them. Since gaming needed high specs, better battery life and etc, people thought this was just a hoax. But to our surprise, Razer didn’t only think about making the phone but they executed it perfectly.

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Razer recently announced the smartphone we’ve all been waiting for at an event in London yesterday afternoon.


Taking a look at the display of the gaming monster, it has a 5.7-inch 1440p screen and hence the screen refresh rates are way smoother and faster when compared to other flagships out there. Because of this display users can game easily and in a smoother way on the device. Animations are faster and buttery. Razer is the first company to market a smartphone with a display of 120Hz.

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Specifications Of Razer Gaming Phone:

With great power comes great responsibility. You might have thought that since it’s Razer’s first ever smartphone they would be dealing with less budget and specification not this high. But Razer had other plans, the smartphone comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset along with Adreno 540 GPU.


If a company plans on making a gaming smartphone it has to offer the best specs including storage and RAM. Razer has packed with 8 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage and also it has space available for microSD in case users want to expand storage.

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Since the smartphone is gaming-centric the developers haven’t given much thought to the Dual Cameras at the rear, oh wait! Did I just say Dual-Cameras?

Yes, even Razer hasn’t stepped back when it comes to going with the trend. The device comes with dual 12 Mega-Pixel cameras at the rear with different optical zoom, one is wide whereas the other one is telephoto. To the front is an 8 Mega-Pixel sensor for all the crispy selfies users will be taking when they take a break from gaming.


Since the Razer Gaming Phone has so much packed in already how could they not provide a huge battery Razer Smartphone packs in a huge 4,000 mAh battery. The phone also features the latest and the greatest Quick Charge 4+ from Qualcomm itself with a 24-watt charger.

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The Razer Gaming Phone is somewhat similar to Nextbit Robin in terms of design. Razer went with the trend when it came for Dual-Cameras although when it came for Bezel-less display it was a no from them. Since the smartphone is a gaming-centric device. Razer decided to let the bezels stay instead they put speakers in it. They say it’s for the gamers to rest their thumbs. I wouldn’t mind the bezel,  would you?

To the rear is the Dual-Cameras,  the flash, and a gaming logo right below it, in my opinion, the logo looks super cool, although it doesn’t come in the neon colour we are fond of and this time it doesn’t glow.
Out of the box, you get Android 7.1.1 Nougat and yes it’ll be updated to Android Oreo 8.1 sooner or later. As far as connectivity is concerned, 802.11 a/b/g/NAC, Bluetooth 4.2 and has to support for NFC.

The Razer Phone is launching today in the UK, Europe, and the US. Reportedly, Razer has partnered with three carriers in the UK and other countries. The phone is available to pre-order for $699. Let us know your thoughts on the device.

Pictures Source: razerzone.com