Razer basically gaming related company now diversify its portfolio to Mobile world. The company officially announced its first Razer smartphone that is called Nextbit. Razer earlier in this year give hints that the company is trying to introduce a smartphone. The users are expecting a powerful gaming smartphone from the gaming gear giant. Lets dive into the details that you know about the smartphone.
The Razer smartphone is features with a 5.70-inch IGZO panel. The smartphone is expected to comes with 120Hz Ultramotion Display that will support for the gaming and other functions of the smartphone. The smartphone will give better user interference and a continuous smooth functions while performing on android based games on it.
The Razer smartphone supports dual front-facing speakers and dual dedicated amplifiers that are to enhance the quality of the audio. Moreover, it is considers a first smartphone that is to certified by THX audio. The smartphone is powered by Dolby Atmos, that means the smartphone audio is laud as compare to the others. The Razer Phone also sports a 24-bit DAC that is a clear hint the smartphone is a gaming phone.
The Razer smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 835, that is paired with 8GB of RAM. The smartphone is the only one that have more scores in the thermal performance as compare to the other smartphone featured with Snapdragon 835. If its true, then the smartphone will not disappoint you to experience a longer battery life. According to the report, the smartphone supports powerful battery.
The Razer Phone comes with a 4,000mAh battery and according to battery benchmarks, you can get up to 12.5 hours of movie-watching and 7 hours of gameplay on a single charge. It is also the first phone to provide support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4+, which can charge the phone from 0-85 percent (3,400mAh) in one hour.
The Razer comes with a dual-12MP primary camera at rear, with the secondary lens being a 2x Telephoto one with a ton of features that support the arguments of a powerful smartphone. The company announced to introduce a software updates to take your smartphone photography skills to the next stage.