Razer, the well-known brand for gaming accessories, PCs, and laptops is about to announce its first smartphone. Recently, PhoneRadar has discovered a listing of an upcoming “Razer Phone” on GFXbench, a performance testing platform.
Razer’s First Phone To Feature Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM, 64GB Internal
Razer is the well-known brand for gaming accessories, PCs, and laptops. It is confirmed that on November 1, the company is about to announce its first smartphone. As we already mentioned, Razer is a well-known brand for gaming accessories, so we could assume that the device must come with maximum power to resist even the heaviest games in the mobile market.
PhoneRadar has discovered a listing of an upcoming “Razer Phone” on GFXbench, a performance testing platform. According to the GFXbench listings, the Razer Phone will feature Snapdragon 835 processor, the most powerful of Qualcomm at the moment, and no less than 8 GB of RAM.
The graphics processing unit (GPU) would be an Adreno 540, with support for DirectX 12 and Vulkan, from Nvidia. The Razer Phone and will be running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.
The GFXbench list also indicates that will have 64 GB internal memory and the rear camera should be 12 MP, while the front should have 8 MP. The phone will also have the bunch of sensors like accelerometer, compass, gyroscope, barometer and light sensor.
Earlier this year, Razer bought Nextbit handset maker Robin, an Android phone focused on cloud storage. It is possible that the unit is behind the fabrication of the new model that, according to Razer, will be “the biggest launch of the company of all time.”