Razer, an unparalleled most loved of gamers, is going to take a jump into the cell phone arena. Razer Phone got spotted in the listing of Phoneradar, on GFXBench. It gloated about some super amazing features of the upcoming smartphone.
Razer’s expectation of creating a cell phone wound up noticeably clear when they procured the cell phone producer Nextbit. Razer is super deep down in the gaming scene, so it was broadly foreseen that their cell phone would be a gaming giant. These desires have been broadly affirmed by the leaked posting.
According to the listing, the Razer cell phone will accompany a 5.7″ display running on a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, which is the same as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The back camera brags a 16 MP setup while the front camera is supposed to be of 8 MP. Internal storage capacity is said to be of 64 GB.
Razer is expected to make a gaming oriented phone
The most jaw-breaking revelation, be that as it may, is the RAM of the cell phone. Razer will couple a Snapdragon 835 processor with 8 GB of RAM. It’s equivalent to that of MacBook Pro.
Obviously, this will be the first time that a cell phone accompanies 8 GB of RAM. Most leaders these days accompany 4 GB RAM, while a few exemptions are equipped with 6 GB RAM. Appears as though Razer will be the first to set sail into beforehand unchartered waters.
The measure of RAM backs the claim of Razer making a gaming cell phone extremely conceivable. In any case, this does not warrant flawlessness. News coming in assert that the cell phone will run an altered form of Android Nougat, so it is sheltered to state that the OS would be marginally obsolete on its release.
An official declaration by Razer with respect to the phone is expected on November 1st, because of the nervy teaser by the company.
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