Razer designs smartphone for gamers

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Called the Razer Phone, the device created to cater to gamers is expected to draw PC gamers to a mobile device.

Razer is looking beyond computer and console gaming, turning their attention to mobile.

The phone is equipped with technology offered by highest of high-end gaming PCs. The device will be available in US, UK, and Europe from the last week of November.

When Razer purchased the smartphone company NextBit, they seemed to have a clear idea of what to do with the technology that landed in their production side.

The Razer Phone is a result of the company's acquisition of smartphone company Nextbit in January.

The battery of the phone is worth mentioning.

The model, which is called Razer Phone spots a 5.72-inch IGZO display with 120Hz refresh rate. This essentially guarantees buttery smooth movements on screen with no lag or stuttering while you play graphic intensive games. The display as already mentioned has 120Hz of refresh rate and supports Wide Color Gamut (WCG) and has a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for the acidental drop protection. The increased refresh rate means no motion blur, or shuttering.

Along with its gaming credentials, the Razer Phone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 8GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage which is expandable. And with a larger battery size, you can indulge in the latest games without worrying about running out of power. There is no word yet on if and when the Razer Phone will be released in other countries. The dual camera comes with a primary 12MP sensor with a f/1.7 aperture and a second 13MP sensor having 2x telephoto lens for optical zoom. Dual rear 12MP cameras, presumably so you can get that ideal "I-just-leaped -off-the-top-of-a-pyramid-in-Assassin's-Creed-Origins" selfie and an in-built "Razer Game Booster" app to allow players to fine tune their experiences. On the front, the smartphone features a fixed focus 8-megapixel selfie shooter.

Like the iPhone 7, Razer has ditched the headphone jack giving the music an "audiophile-quality" sound. To compensate this, the Razer phone ships with an adapter with certified THX DAC. In this way, your smartphone will reach 85% in only one hour. This allows gamers to keep playing all day long, while Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+ enables rapid charging.

Razor Phone comes with a price tag of $700. It doesn't have the exclusive gaming specifications that it marketed itself on. Let us know your thoughts below.