Razer Phone, a one of its kind phone designed for Gaming, was spotted in a UK’s e-commerce website listing ahead of its official November 1 launch. Although the product was labeled ‘out of stock’ yet we get a glimpse of what to expect along with the key specifications of the phone.
The smartphone is touted be a high-end specification that will please hardcore gamers. The handset has been designed by gaming fraternity Razer in alliance with folks who brought us Nextbit Robin.
Razer Phone Rumored Specification
The website showcased the phone’s image in a very low-profile, but one can easily figure out that the phone looks very much similar to Nextbit’s Robin smartphone.
Moving on, Razer Phone could flaunt a 5.72-inch IGZO display with 120Hz refresh rate and Wide Colour Gamut (WCG), something that is rarely seen on smartphone displays. Most of the flagship phones these days use displays with 60Hz refresh rate.
Since Razer wants it to be a gaming smartphone, they are employing the same IGZO display on the phone that is seen on their gaming laptops. Such display improves the video response, provide higher resolution and lowers battery consumption.
For photography, the Razer Phone could sport a dual-rear camera setup. The site hinted on a 13MP f/2.6 zoom camera along with a 12MP f/1.75 wide-angle camera. Both the sensors will support auto-focus and are backed by LED flash.
Other than that, there will be 8GB of RAM, dual-front facing speakers with Dolby ATMOS Sound, and a 4000mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+.
Although the leaked information did not shed light on the Razer Phone’s processor yet the past leaks have confirmed a Snapdragon 835 processor. We also expect a custom interface that is very reminiscent of Razer’s black and green theme that it uses for the majority of its products.