Razer wants to become a mobile manufacturer soon, as it seems that Razer, the company specializing in the production of video game equipment and accessories, would be working on the development of a gaming smartphone for Hardcore Gamers.
Razer Is Making A ‘Gaming Smartphone’ For Hardcore Gamers
Razer carries a respectable history in the world of PC Gaming, after being the first to launch a mouse for gaming, high-end, in 1998. They are now manufacturers of hardware and peripherals in the PC environment, both Desktop as a portable, but now they are considering becoming the first manufacturer of mobile for gaming. A ‘play’ evidently backed by the Netxtbit purchase they made last January.
It seems that Razer, the company specializing in the production of video game equipment and accessories, would be working on the development of a smartphone for gamers that would not take long to appear in the market.
Earlier this year 2017, Razer announced the purchase of Nexbit as we told earlier, the maker of Nexbit Robin, a mobile phone that made its appearance in late 2015 on Kickstarter and surprised users by offering 32GB of internal storage and 100GB more Of free space in the cloud.
After completing the acquisition, Razer promised that Nexbit would operate as an independent division focused on the design of mobile experiences, and now everything points to the new smartphone for video games coming soon.
Rumors have started to sound louder after the Razer IPO in Hong Kong, an operation that Bloomberg sources familiar with the matter “could help fund the development of its own mobile phone.”
At the moment there is nothing confirmed and no specific details of the device have been released, but rumors indicate that it could be a high-end device with a very powerful performance and great graphics capabilities.
Of course, it would not be clear what type of device it is involved and could be as much a mobile phone as a tablet, since Nexbit has experience in smartphones and Razer tablets.
As for the operating system, it is believed that the candidate with more possibilities can be Android, taking into account that it is the one that runs the Nexbit Robin, but neither is it ruled out that it finally runs its own operating system.
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