Probably, it has everything you might want, except the 3.5mm headphone jack which has started to lose its existence on premium smartphones. However, the company has tried to compensate that by including the THX-certified 24-bit DAC audio adapter that they claim to deliver “audiophile quality” sound through the headphones.
However, the thing that has caught the attention of most people is the Razor Phone’s display; it’s the first phone to support a refresh rate of 120Hz fueled by a tech called UltraMotion. Other things that will complement your gaming experience is the sound. Razor Phone feature front-facing stereo speakers and dual amplifiers with Dolby Atmos.
Razor is calling their new device a “Smartphone for Gamers,” and certainly it is when one looks at the specifications of the Razor Phone. Although, it might not have the best looks that we are used to seeing in the high-end device segment.
Razor Phone Specs
- CPU: Snapdragon 835 Octa-core
- GPU: Adreno 540
- Memory: 8GB LPDDR4
- OS: Android 7.1.1, Oreo update in future
- Storage: 64GB with microSD support up to 2TB (class 10)
- Connectivity: WiFi-AC, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC
- Display: 5.7-inch IGZO LCD (1440×2560) @120Hz, Gorilla Glass 3, Wide Color Gamut
- Camera: Front – Dual Auto-focus (12MP Wide, 13MP Zoom), Rear – 8MP
- Battery: 4,000 mAh, Support for Quick Charge 4+
Razor Phone comes with a price tag of $700. It’s up for pre-order from November 1 with shipping available on November 17 you can register yourself on their website or visit Amazon.com. Razor Phone will also be available at Three outlets in UK, Ireland, Denmark, and Sweden, and selected Microsoft Stores in the US.
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