The gaming hardware company, Razer might soon make an entre’ to the smartphone industry. The peripheral and laptop maker in January this year acquired Nextbit Robin giving one good reason to expect at least a gamer-centric smartphone. So far a few glimpse have been captured by online leakers, and now a listing has revealed few more details that look interesting.
The listing that appears to be a product page for the alleged Razer phone, surfaced in a UK mobile carrier website. The listing posted by the British mobile provider 3G UK shows the phone to be currently out stock. It also features a low-quality image of the device that hardly gives a sketch of the design language.
As per the listing, the supposed upcoming Razer smartphone might boast a 5.72-inch IGZO display with 120Hz refresh rate and Wide Colour Gamut (WCG). For camera enthusiast, the handset will offer dual rear cameras with a combination of 13MP sensor and 12MP sensor. Further, the listing reveals the Razer smartphone will have Dolby ATMOS sound and feature dual front-facing speakers, amplifiers which are certified by THX.
The device might pack a big 4000mAh Li-ion battery and come with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+ fast charging support. It is also said to come with 8GB of RAM. The listing also has something called ‘4G Super-Voice’ which perhaps might help to sends text and make calls in areas having poor network coverage.
Previous reports have suggested that the Razer phone will likely have a 1440p display. It could be fueled by Snapdragon 835 processor and sport a 7MP camera. The phone is expected to run near stock Android OS. Techbyte earlier leaked image that showed the device sporting sharp corners, dual rear camera, Razer logo and circular shaped buttons on the left edge. The Razer smartphone is widely expected to unveil on November 1 i.e., tomorrow.