Alleged Razer smartphone photo emerges online before November 1 launch

Alleged Razer smartphone photo emerges online before November 1 launch

For a gaming hardware company, one would expect a smartphone with hefty technical specifications.

Razer's new smartphone is expected to launch on November 1.

The handset is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and it comes with 8GB of RAM, plus an Adreno 540 GPU. The upcoming smartphone will be backed by a 64GB of internal storage. Some of its hyped features include the ability to manage and offload data in the cloud.

Now, an alleged photo of the Razer smartphone has been spotted in the wild by those at TechByte via GSMArena. Especially for the game freaks since Razer has planned to position itself as the gaming powerhouse.

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You have your obligatory swanky Razer logo taking up an unnecessary amount of space on the handset's back, alongside a surprisingly subtle dual camera setup and LED flash, as well as sharp corners and two unique side-mounted volume buttons bringing back strong Robin memories. But, a new leak has revealed what the phone might look like and also confirmed a key feature.

The anticipation a smartphone made by Razer has been on a rise in the past few days. The handset will also feature a display which measures 5.7 inches and comes with a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.

If you believe an unnamed source, he is an insider of the gaming industry, who allegedly acquired the yet to be released gadget for testing games. Only a handful of flagship smartphones now offer 8 GB of RAM, and if the feature will indeed be present in the Razer Phone, it could indeed be capable of providing a decent mobile gaming experience.

As for the Razer smartphone's camera, the information sheet on GFXBench also hinted at a 12-megapixel rear camera that is also capable of capturing 4K videos. The device will run on a custom user interface, which will be based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

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