Published: Mon, October 16, 2017
Business | By Max Garcia

Razer Smartphone Image Leaked Before Imminent Announcement

Razer Smartphone Image Leaked Before Imminent Announcement

As the Nextbit smartphones were launched with "Cloud-first Design-first" criteria, the Razer smartphones were too anticipated to carry some mind-blowing design experience. The phone was earlier spotted on GFXBench and now a new image has emerged online, which shows the back panel of the device.

Razer is a well-known name when it comes to high-performance gaming hardware and accessories.

So what is going to be the probable specifications of the Razer smartphone?

Initially leaked by TECHBYTE, the Razer Phone is going to sport a dual camera at the back and a 5.7-inch display.

According to several sources, the Razer Phone might release on November 1, 2017. That works out to a QHD resolution for the screen, with a 16:9 aspect ratio.

Thus, on GFXBench, the RazerPhone embarquerait 8 Gb of Ram, a record, as well as a now classic Snapdragon 835 at Qualcomm and an Adreno 540 as a GPU. The resolution of the display as per the listing is 1440 x 2560 bringing it at par with other top-end smartphones.

But the detail, the more interesting this first picture, if it is true, what are the two connectors on the edge of the device. Along with that the device also has 64GB of native storage out of which 49GB is available which hints us that Razer will be packing some serious bloatware in here.

Razer, the company known for making cool gaming peripherals and laptops, is expected to launch its smartphone on November 1. The smartphone will be gaming-centric, as with every Razer products. It's easy to say that the Razer will stick with the stock Android operating system with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, sticking with the stock Android ensures that the company can push software updates and security updates, as soon as possible and which also increases the overall performance of the device.

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