Gaming laptop maker Razer is to release its first smartphone on 1 November - but with so much information about it already leaked the launch is unlikely to contain many surprises.
Razor acquired Nextbit, the maker of the underwhelming Nextbit Robin cloud-first smartphone, earlier this year. The first thing Razor did was discontinue the Nextbit and set its new staff to work on a smartphone more appropriate to their new employer.
And this week the company posted a teaser on Twitter (below) promising its "biggest unveiling" yet on 1 November, and all signs are pointing to its long-rumoured smartphone.
One of the biggest clues is a GFXBench listing spotted by
However, it will pack a hefty 7.5GB RAM, a huge leap compared to the 4GB offered by the Galaxy S8, which appears to confirm earlier rumours that the so-called Razer Phone will be aimed squarely at "hardcore games"
There's also speculation that, because this is Razer, a portion of the phone will probably be flanked by customizable LEDs.
The phone is also said to come with a 12MP rear-facing camera, an 8MP front-facing camera, and a custom version of Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
The Razer Phone, given the company's acquisition of Nextbit, might also feature some of the company's cloud-based infrastructure. The Nextbit Robin was marketed as the phone that never runs out of storage thanks to Nextbit's cloud platform (although you might run out of data...).
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