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13 Octubre 2017, 02:23 | Crisanna Felipe
Razer may announce a phone on November 1
Razer, the California based company is known for computer components designed for the gamers. In January 2017, RazeracquiredNextbit, the company that made the Robin phone. That was a total surprise to us as Nextbit had just introduced their first smartphone. The device also packs 8GB of RAM which should be good enough for offering seamless gaming experience.
Tom Moss, head of company's mobile device department, showed prototype with a tweet.
Bloomberg reported in July that Razer wanted to make a device following its acquisition of Nextbit. Also the specifications of the device has been spotted on GFXbench by PhoneRadar. Evidently, the upcoming phone will have the bright coloured Razer Snake logo. So, we can safely assume that Razer has built a phone and that it is coming soon.
Our speculation and anticipation will end only on November 1, as the company will be holding an official event to mark its newest release.
There have been many theories on what will Razer unveil, including a smartphone, as the most realistic one, a smartwatch, tablet or any other device. The best that hard-core gaming enthusiasts can have at the moment are the usual crop of flagship phones that again do it pretty well when it comes to playing most games.
As per the GFXBench listing, the new Razer Phone has an excellent 5.7-inch display. Inside, meanwhile, there's an unspecified Qualcomm octa-core processor running at 2.4 GHz; it seems likely that would be something like the Snapdragon 835.
Razer is interested in building a smartphone for gamers, according to a report from Bloomberg. Of course, time will tell, and we'll know more on November 1st. Having said that, it is unlikely to have a stock version of Android OS.
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