After launching late in 2017 within the US and UK, gaming peripheral specialist Razer has introduced its eponymous handset Down Underneath — the cell gaming-centric Razer Phone.
The handset touts a 5.7-inch show with a formidable 120Hz refresh charge – the primary of its variety on the planet – alongside stereo audio system that rock Dolby Atmos and THX-Licensed audio tech.
The unit is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor and 8GB of RAM, the identical combo that hit our shores last year in the OnePlus 5, which, itself, was delayed just a few months after first launching within the UK and US.
Though this isn’t the most recent chipset from Qualcomm, the 835 was the brains behind the spectacular HTC U11 and Nokia 8, and we’ll be getting our Razer Telephones with the most recent Android Oreo 8.1 out of the field.
Contemplating the model’s heritage of manufacturing gaming peripherals, the glossy and severe aesthetic of the Razer Telephone suits proper into the array of deadly-looking keyboards and mice the corporate’s identified for.
The choice to launch the handset Down Underneath, though it had already been accessible for eight months in different areas, may probably have one thing to do with the rise in recognition of mobile titles such as PUBG and Fortnite (the latter of which has been officially confirmed for Android in the near future).
You may get your self the Razer Phone exclusively online from JB Hi-Fi for $1,099, however hurry because the inventory is strictly restricted.