We also can't help but be very interested in the new Razer Phone; it's got a ton of valuable features and specs, and it's made by one of our favorites gaming laptop manufacturers, which doesn't hurt. (Read all about Razer Phone here.)
What do you think? Did you recently switch from the 950 or 950 XL to Android? If so, which phone did you pick, and why? If you're considering a switch but haven't pulled the trigger quite yet, which way are you leaning? Hit the forum link below and let the community know.
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