The worst-kept secret is out: Razer has made a smartphone. It's quite the piece of hardware, too. The company is promoting the phone partly through Microsoft Stores in the United States, which is a pretty big deal. You know, considering that it runs Android and all that.
But it's also the last major portable hardware segment Razer had yet to enter. Buying Nextbit meant it was inevitable, and here it is.
Everything you need to know about the Razer Phone
Feast your eyes on all that is the Razer Phone specs.
|Operating System||Android 7.1.1 Nougat (Android 8.x coming spring '18)|
|Display||5.72-inches Sharp IGZO|
2560 x 1440 resolution
120Hz refresh rate with UltraMotion sync
Wide Color Gamut (WCG)
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 835|
|RAM||8GB LPDDR4 (1600MHz)|
microSD card (class 10), 2TB max
Headphone adapter included
|Audio||24-bit THX certified DAC (headphone adapter only)|
Dual front facing speakers with individual amplifiers
|Dual Rear Camera||12MP AF f/1.75 Wide|
12MP AF f/2.6 Zoom
Dual tone, dual LED flash
|Front Camera||8MP f/2.0|
Qualcomm Quickcharge 4.0+
|Bands||GSM: Quad-band GSM | UMTS: B1/2/3/4/5/8|
TDD LTE: B38/39/40/41 | TD-SCDMA: B34/39
|Biometric||Fingerprint scanner (side power button)|
|Bootloader Unlockable||Yes, directly through phone|
|Dimensions||158.5 x 77.7 x 8 mm|
|Price||$699 / €749.99 / £699.99|
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