November 02, 2017

Razer Phone announced

Razer have done what people expected of them for a few years now, they have announced the Razer Phone, an Android phone that is set to deliver a lot of items that people have been wanting, including a display that refreshes at 120Hz.

The 5.72-inch display - a Quad HD IGZO LCD - delivers vibrant and sharp images with a wide color gamut, plus it supports UltraMotion tech. UltraMotion's adaptive refresh technology synchronizes the GPU and display to remove image tearing or lag while driving efficient power usage.

The Razer Phone is powered by Dolby Atmos technology to provide true cinematic audio via front-firing speakers with dual dedicated amplifiers. A THX-certified USB-C audio adaptor with a 24-bit digital audio converter (DAC) guarantees audiophile-quality sound with one’s favourite headphones.

“It’s common knowledge that I’m obsessed with my smartphones, I play a ton of games on them, and they’re my go-to for streaming content,” said Razer Co-Founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan. “We have wanted to make a phone with gaming-level tech for years, and the Razer Phone delivers in every way we imagined.”

The Razer Phone’s sleek, 8-mm-thin aluminum body looks to be a beauty to behold and to hold. It comes with Android Nougat and will receive the Android Oreo upgrade in spring 2018.

That being said, the Razer Phone is launching in selected countries around the world later this month, but Australia is not one of them. The US price of release is $700 so that does provide an idea of cost for when it comes here.

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