Razer has always been a PC-centric brand. With the brand encompassing a large audience towards its brand, the brand has found tremendous success in the PC world thanks to its excellent peripherals and sleek gaming notebooks.
We’ve been reporting on the Razer Phone leaks as soon as they were set off on the internet and the last leak that we reported was indeed true and accurate. Fast forward to the present, we’ve finally had a full look at the Razer Phone and I hate to break it to ya, the headphone jack is dead.
Razer’s entry into the smartphone market kicks off with a Razer-themed, Snapdragon 835 smartphone that packs 8GB of RAM along with a QHD 2560x 1440 IGZO display that caps out at a maximum 120Hz. This is indeed the first phone to ever achieve that refresh rate and is a killer feature many gaming monitors struggle to achieve at Quad-HD.
Being a gaming centric smartphone packing a host of Razer’s ecosystem of apps excluding a GTX 1080 Ti and being limited by Android, the phone absolutely looks like it is going to last for a whole during gaming sessions thanks to its huge 4000mAh battery.