Razer Phone appears on GFXBench; reveals top of the line specifications

Andrew Cummings
October 16, 2017

After a couple of "social wearable smartbands" and a "digital watch with smart functions" designed for gamers, the first aptly named Razer Phone is apparently right around the corner, and it may look an bad lot like the cloud-first Nextbit Robin.

Through the image, along with the recently surfaced Razer Phone specs from a benchmark listing, gamers are slowly piecing together what they can expect from the upcoming device. The smartphone, the image seems to have come from an unnamed insider who works with Razer.

Obtained by Slovakian tech site TechByte, the following image shows the back side of the Razer phone - at least it has the right logo in it. The volume rockers also are noticeable on the sides; a pair of small round buttons. The GFXBench information also said the device will be powered by an octa-core processing chip with 2.4-gigahertz clock speed from Qualcomm - these specifications definitely point to a Snapdragon 835. But, a new leak has revealed what the phone might look like and also confirmed a key feature. According to the leaks it is the Razer's new smartphone hence the company is branching out of the gaming market. The device will have a 5.7 inch Quad HD display, having only 16:9 aspect ratio.

One of the biggest Gaming Hardware manufacturers Razer was said to be entering the smartphone industry with their own Gaming smartphones. It has 8GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Software-wise, we aren't sure if Razer will equip it with the latest Android 8.0 Oreo of the Android 7.1 Nougat.

On the camera front, the device will come loaded with a 12-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, face detection, HDR photo and LED flash, while for the front, there would be an 8-megapixel shooter. Speculated to be unveiled on November 1, this smartphone was spotted on the GFXBench database just a few days back.

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