Razer Phone Reserve In The US Starts Today, Costs $699


The internet is currently going haywire as a result of the official launch of the first Razer Phone since its acquisition of Nextbit. Razer also provided some availability details of this new smartphone and starting from today, potential Razer Phone users in the US can now make a reservation. This smartphone is being sold as an unlocked model directly from Razer’s online store as well as via a few online retailers. By November 17 the Razer Phone will be available to buy but by then those who reserved it must have gotten their devices. In terms of pricing, this single variant smartphone comes with a $699 price tag.

 

Razer Phone – The Gamer’s Choice

This device has more appeal to gamers considering its gamer-optimized display which uses a 120Hz UltraMotion display – a ‘first’ on a smartphone. Apart from this, other aspects of this smartphone have been built to suit gamers. For instance, it comes with a huge battery, large RAM and stereo front-facing speakers, all these features creates a better gaming appeal.

Under The Hood

No doubt, this smartphone is a beautiful sight to behold, however, if beneath the hood is not powerful then there is a problem. Nevertheless, the hardware of the Razer Phone is just as wonderful as its appearance. This smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor coupled with 8GB RAM and 64GB internal storage which is expandable via microSD external support up to 2TB.

It is equipped with a 5.7-inch screen which has a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution. In addition, this phone runs the Android 7.1.1 (Nougat) and supports 4G LTE network. In the camera department, the Razer Phone uses a dual rear camera set-up which has a 12MP camera supported by an 8MP snapper. The lights are kept on by a huge 4,000 mAh capacity battery which supports Quick Charge 4.0+.

To reserve the Razer Phone, use the link below

 

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