Razer made a powerful Android smartphone for gaming enthusiasts

Not just an accessory company

Razer Phone targeted at gamers will cost US$699 (Photo: Razer)

It’s all good news at Razer. After announcing its IPO offering in Hong Kong earlier this week, the Singaporean-founded American company has just unveiled its first ever smartphone today.

Based on Android and targeted at gamers, the Razer Phone is a serious competitor when it comes to specs – Powered by Qualcomm’s newest and fastest 835 processor, 8GB RAM, dual 12-megapixel rear camera, dual front-firing speakers and dual amplifiers with Dolby Atmos, and a 4,000mAh battery with Quick Charge support.

More impressively, the phone’s UltraMotion™ display delivers refresh rates up to 120Hz to provide zero lag and stutter-free gaming experience.

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There’s no earphone jack on the Razer Phone, an annoying trend to some, but it will support Bluetooth 4.2 and more particularly the company’s very own wireless in-ear headset Razer Hammerhead BT.

Interested in one? You can register your interest here. There’s no word how much it will cost here in Singapore but it will be priced at US$699 in the USA.

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Razer Phone First Look by Unbox Therapy

Update 3 November: Popular YouTube channel Unbox Therapy took a first look at the Razer Phone.

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