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Razer Gaming phone to boast 8GB of Ram and Snapdragon 835 CPU inside


Razer Gaming Smartphone appears on GFXBench with the specs


Razer is the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware, software and systems, probably famous for their Gaming laptops & Accessories and now they are very keen to try out their luck in Smartphone market by launching a Razer Gaming phone Series.

The company is willing to unveil the handset on November 1. The new leak suggests that Razer’s very first smartphone will be going to be packed with high-end features.

Razer Gaming phone

The company is making its very first Smartphone with the help of Nextbit which the company has acquired back in January. As per the leaked from GFXBench, the Raze’s smartphone will sports a 5.7-inch display with 1440 x 2560 pixels, Snapdragon 835 CPU paired with 8GB of RAM. Though the Internal storage of 64GB seems to be very less concerning it’s a Gaming Smartphone.

As per the photography, it comes with a 12 MP rear camera with 4K video recording and an 8 MP front-facing camera. The smartphone runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat (with minor customization from Razers)

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The hardware doesn’t look like something extraordinary for a Gaming Smartphone but still, Razer might surprise us with its design and some extra additional Gaming Mods or accessories.

UPDATE:- We brought you some more details about upcoming Razer Smartphone and this is going to hell more interesting. Techbyte has posted an image of the Razer gaming smartphone revealing its rectangular design, perfectly design for Gaming Mods although the front is not visible

Razer Smartphone

In addition, there is also a dual-camera situated at the top corner of the chassis along with LED Flash, there are no details about the secondary camera but we hope for a telephoto lens with up to 2x optical zoom capability. As per the pricing there are no words till now but it can be priced near about $800.

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