Razer to unveil its own smartphone on November 1st

Razer teases it's “biggest unveiling” coming November 1st

Razer, the popular gaming PC and accessory firm, has confirmed that it will be unveiling its first-ever smartphone later this year.

The supposed specs for the rumored Razer smartphone was first spotted by Phone Radar on the benchmarking website GFXBench.

On the camera front, the device will come loaded with a 12-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, face detection, HDR photo and LED flash, while for the front, there would be an 8-megapixel shooter.

What we can expect is something made specifically for gamers, as Razer is known for making enthusiast grade gaming devices with impressive performance.

Razer bought Nextbit, a acclaimed Robin model, to get into smartphone business.

Razer could be developing a high-end smartphone catering to gamers.

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. Razer just shared a teaser on Twitter, telling the fans to watch out for their biggest unveiling yet.

Razer is set to launch a gaming-centric mobile device before year-end. We'll keep you updated the moment more details emerge out of the woodwork up until November 1.

In terms of storage, the device features 64GB of internal storage space. They'll be greeted by a Snapdragon 835 processor on the inside, along with a whopping 8GB of RAM.

Come November 1, and there is going to be a new entrant in the already crowded smartphone segment.

There's no word yet about when the phone will actually be available for purchase, let alone how much it will cost. Most flagships are in the 4GB range, with a few ones carrying 6GB.

Razer is interested in building a smartphone for gamers, according to a report from Bloomberg. Razer is using mostly off the shelf components, without going into the manufacturing of its own. well, anything inside of this phone.

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