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Hands on Razer Phone Review: An absolute beast of a smartphone

03 November 2017

The Razer Phone sports a 5.7 inch Quad-HD display with a wide color gamut and 120Hz refresh rate (the same as on an iPad Pro).

It also has a 120Hz refresh rate which is twice the refresh rate than most smartphones offer.

The Razer Phone features UltraMotion adaptive refresh technology, which synchronizes the display and GPU to remove any lags or motion distortion. Razer has worked on it and had made it into an advantage by including dual firing front speakers providing the best audio, not only during gaming but also for music and when watching videos on the large, attractive display. It also features stereo facing front speakers, dual amplifiers, an audio adapter with THX certified DAC, and Dolby Atmos.

The powerful Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor has 8GB RAM with the power to store memory equivalent to the amount of memory that comes with many PCs.

This Android Nougat powered device has all the standard features of a flagship phone but, using Razer's years of experience, has been optimised for gamers. Dual rear 12MP cameras, presumably so you can get that ideal "I-just-leaped -off-the-top-of-a-pyramid-in-Assassin's-Creed-Origins" selfie and an in-built "Razer Game Booster" app to allow players to fine tune their experiences. And the Razer phone packs a 4000 mAh battery. Mr Tan admitted he plays "a ton of games", on smartphones and that they are his go-to device for streaming content. Pre-orders for the Razer Phone will begin today and the sales will start on November 17 in the US.

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However, when using the new device in landscape mode, the bezels represent safe spots where you can rest your thumbs and also hold the handset as you play your favorite games. Mobile games are being optimized by partners for Razer Phone's UltraMotion display with frame rates of up to 120 frames per second. The LCD on the Razer Phone doesn't appear to have that problem.

Nevertheless, the company chose to launch its first Razer Phone. The first device from Razer's mobile division, the Razer Phone comes with a phenomenal display, cinematic audio and enough power to last a user all day, all in the palm of his or her hand.

Looking at those, it's clear the Razer Phone was made for specs-craving gamers because it doesn't appeal much elsewhere.

Alongside of the new Razer Phone, Razer is also offering its own Hammerhead BT earbuds, the Razer Phone Rugged Case for added phone protection, and the silicon-based Razer Phone Word Case to protect its new phone from wear and tear.

For more information, visit the product page.

Hands on Razer Phone Review: An absolute beast of a smartphone