Fancy PC gaming company Razer has unveiled a smartphone - the first fruits of its acquisition of distressed Nextbit - that boasts a 120Hz display and a monster 4,000mAh battery.
The company claims that users can spend all-day watching films in HD - or fly from London to San Francisco - and not be interrupted by a dead battery.
Razer has described the device as "the ultimate in mobile entertainment".
Called simply The Razer Phone, it promises specifications that far outweigh other high-end phones, but has a focus on gaming and multimedia usage.
The Android 8.0 Oreo phone (it will ship with Nougat initially) boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and a more than reasonable 8GB of RAM.
The screen is arguably the most interesting aspect of the device: Its 5.72-inch quad-HD IGZO LCD display boasts a 120Hz refresh rate - unheard of on a smartphone - which ought to ensure smooth gameplay.
Despite only being in an 8mm frame, it also boasts a chunky 4,000mAh battery, which it claims will enable genuine all-day battery life. The Qualcomm Quick Charge 4 technology on its USB-C port will also enable users to get it up and running fast when it does run out of juice.
Sound comes courtesy of Dolby Atmos, and the speakers are front-facing and promise to be loud - too bad if the usual suspects on the top-deck of your daily conveyance insist on playing KissFM at top volume.
Meanwhile, there's a THX-certified adapter for the USB-C port which will convert to 24-bit digital sound, which is going to just sound insane through headphones.
The popular Nova Launcher Prime is the default launcher, one of the most customisable on the market, and therefore you will be able to make it look exactly how you like.
There are twin 12MP rear cameras with dual flash for photographers too.
"It's common knowledge that I'm obsessed with my smartphones, I play a ton of games on them, and they're my go-to for streaming content," said Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan.
He continued: "We have wanted to make a phone with gaming-level tech for years, and the Razer Phone delivers in every way we imagined."
The Razer Phone will be available in the UK exclusively on Three, which is already supposed to be taking pre-orders, although the company hadn't got round to updating its website at the time of writing.
If you prefer to buy outright, the Razer website will sell you one for delivery on 17 November for £699. Compare that against the Apple iPhone X(pensive) and the Pixel 2 XL and it can even make a case for providing reasonable value for money.
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