The Upcoming Razer Smartphone Will Be Announced On November 1st 2017

The Upcoming Razer Smartphone Will Be Announced On November 1st 2017

The Upcoming Razer Smartphone Will Be Announced On November 1st 2017

A Razer-branded smartphone could be on the way, naturally.

The last time a company launched a gaming mobile device, or as close to a smartphone as it can be, was NVIDIA with the NVIDIA Shield Portable. Razer's tweet promises a product release on November 1, and there's already a website set up where you can watch the event. Back in January 2017, the company had acquired Nextbit, which is mainly known for its cloud storage based Robin smartphone.

Razer is finally doing something with Nextbit.

This is how Razer is teasing its November 1 event.

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The first hypothesis of specialized sites is one of a smartphone: Razer is indeed absent from this niche market, because it specialises in computers and higher-end devices for players of video games. Also, it is appreciable how Razer has managed to prevent the smartphone from appearing in leaks. Once again, it remains to be seen if Razer's smartphone will be oriented towards gamers and whether it will attempt to fix some of these core issues.

Razer Lancehead, a mouse gaming versatile and effective? Reviewing the Razer Edge Pro for Laptop Mag, Sherri Smith praised the tablet's overall performance, but criticized its battery life, lackluster resolution and high price tag. The phone, in addition, may also come with insane lighting tech, something that is hallmark Razer courtesy its gaming gear theatrics.

The operating system allegedly runs on a custom version of Android 7.1.1 Nougat, similar to what we'll find in Amazon's upcoming Fire TV. Now, let's talk about the specifications of the gaming-centric, Razer Phone.

It's likely the company killed off support for the Robin to be able to concentrate on its own device. The company now seems ready to announce the phone it's been working on since acquiring Nextbit.

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