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Razer Phone - Perfect Gaming Phone

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja
          

The Razer phone is the latest entrant into the smartphone market, but this phone is a little different than the rest. This phone isn’t designed to appeal to everyone, in fact it has a very niche audience in mind which you would realize when you look at the features it packs in. And boy does it pack some features. This phone is a absolute monster when it comes to performance but we will dive into that in a more detailed review. We have to ask though before discussing the phone, that do phone users want a high end phone that is dedicated to gaming? The sale figures of the phone should tell us that but this is a bold move by a company that is famous for its gaming laptops and other peripherals.

The Razer comes with a 5.70 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1440p x 2560p. It comes with the first 120Hz Ultramotion display. Although a bit disappointing to use in direct sunlight, Once you have used Ultramotion you would not want to go back to using conventional displays that are found in other flagship models.  At its heart it has a Snapdragon 835, which is the same processor that powers most of the flagship models of 2017. It also comes with 8GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 2GB through a microSD card. The camera on the Razer is a 12 megapixel dual camera while the front camera is an 8 megapixel for selfies. The camera isn’t too complicated because Razer decided not to include any features such as pro because this is a phone dedicated to gaming.  In terms of the operating system it comes loaded with Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Powering the phone is a 4000mAh non removable battery. The Razer is a single sim (GSM) phone, it requires a nano SIM and connectivity options include WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, USB, 3G and $G. The onboard sensors include Compass, Magnetometer, Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Ambient light sensor and Barometer. It also comes with Corning Gorilla glass 3 which makes the screen very very durable.

Razer Phone - Absolute Gaming Phone

The Razer phone has a lot of pros and some rather nagging cons. Among its pros you can include the fact that it comes with the first 120Hz refresh rate on a smartphone. It comes with Dolby Atmos Stereo speaker. The end result of this combined with the Snapdragon Quadcore 835 at its heart is a smartphone experience like no other. To the common smartphone user, the LCD screen won’t appeal much, even the phone with its boxy design and size won’t appeal much but to the gamer/performance freak, well this phone would completely blow their minds. We have to remember that the Razer phone is targeted at a very niche audience, which is primarily gamers and tech freaks like me. The Razer phone is a true powerhouse of a phone. The cons of this phone are rather glaring. It doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio jack, which is rather a letdown. Even though it does come with the Dolby Amos speakers we would expect it to feature the audio jack as well. It isn’t really more water/dust resistant than your normal phone. One would think that it would be slightly more resistant to these things, yes it does come with Corning Gorilla glass 3 but that comes with most high end phones. We would have expected it to be water resistant like a few of the other flagship phones. And it also doesn’t come with wireless charging. Apart from these rather glaring cons, The Razer phone is a winner when it comes to specs and performance. The phone paints a very solid 2017 flagship phone picture for the Razer company which has just made its foray into the smartphone arena. Could the Razer be the first among a new breed of smartphones dedicated solely to gaming? Could this open up a new niche in the market? Only time will tell. The Razer does fall short on a lot of aspects and its shortcomings are rather glaring but loyal fans would happily look past these. To sum it up, The Razer could be the phone that you want to own. A luxury item type thing, but not one that you would necessarily need. Not at the price that it would sell at anyway.

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Razer Phone - Perfect Gaming Phone

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja
          

The Razer phone is the latest entrant into the smartphone market, but this phone is a little different than the rest. This phone isn’t designed to appeal to everyone, in fact it has a very niche audience in mind which you would realize when you look at the features it packs in. And boy does it pack some features. This phone is a absolute monster when it comes to performance but we will dive into that in a more detailed review. We have to ask though before discussing the phone, that do phone users want a high end phone that is dedicated to gaming? The sale figures of the phone should tell us that but this is a bold move by a company that is famous for its gaming laptops and other peripherals.

The Razer comes with a 5.70 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1440p x 2560p. It comes with the first 120Hz Ultramotion display. Although a bit disappointing to use in direct sunlight, Once you have used Ultramotion you would not want to go back to using conventional displays that are found in other flagship models.  At its heart it has a Snapdragon 835, which is the same processor that powers most of the flagship models of 2017. It also comes with 8GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 2GB through a microSD card. The camera on the Razer is a 12 megapixel dual camera while the front camera is an 8 megapixel for selfies. The camera isn’t too complicated because Razer decided not to include any features such as pro because this is a phone dedicated to gaming.  In terms of the operating system it comes loaded with Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Powering the phone is a 4000mAh non removable battery. The Razer is a single sim (GSM) phone, it requires a nano SIM and connectivity options include WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, USB, 3G and $G. The onboard sensors include Compass, Magnetometer, Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Ambient light sensor and Barometer. It also comes with Corning Gorilla glass 3 which makes the screen very very durable.

Razer Phone - Absolute Gaming Phone

The Razer phone has a lot of pros and some rather nagging cons. Among its pros you can include the fact that it comes with the first 120Hz refresh rate on a smartphone. It comes with Dolby Atmos Stereo speaker. The end result of this combined with the Snapdragon Quadcore 835 at its heart is a smartphone experience like no other. To the common smartphone user, the LCD screen won’t appeal much, even the phone with its boxy design and size won’t appeal much but to the gamer/performance freak, well this phone would completely blow their minds. We have to remember that the Razer phone is targeted at a very niche audience, which is primarily gamers and tech freaks like me. The Razer phone is a true powerhouse of a phone. The cons of this phone are rather glaring. It doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio jack, which is rather a letdown. Even though it does come with the Dolby Amos speakers we would expect it to feature the audio jack as well. It isn’t really more water/dust resistant than your normal phone. One would think that it would be slightly more resistant to these things, yes it does come with Corning Gorilla glass 3 but that comes with most high end phones. We would have expected it to be water resistant like a few of the other flagship phones. And it also doesn’t come with wireless charging. Apart from these rather glaring cons, The Razer phone is a winner when it comes to specs and performance. The phone paints a very solid 2017 flagship phone picture for the Razer company which has just made its foray into the smartphone arena. Could the Razer be the first among a new breed of smartphones dedicated solely to gaming? Could this open up a new niche in the market? Only time will tell. The Razer does fall short on a lot of aspects and its shortcomings are rather glaring but loyal fans would happily look past these. To sum it up, The Razer could be the phone that you want to own. A luxury item type thing, but not one that you would necessarily need. Not at the price that it would sell at anyway.

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Razer Phone - Perfect Gaming Phone

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja
          

The Razer phone is the latest entrant into the smartphone market, but this phone is a little different than the rest. This phone isn’t designed to appeal to everyone, in fact it has a very niche audience in mind which you would realize when you look at the features it packs in. And boy does it pack some features. This phone is a absolute monster when it comes to performance but we will dive into that in a more detailed review. We have to ask though before discussing the phone, that do phone users want a high end phone that is dedicated to gaming? The sale figures of the phone should tell us that but this is a bold move by a company that is famous for its gaming laptops and other peripherals.

The Razer comes with a 5.70 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1440p x 2560p. It comes with the first 120Hz Ultramotion display. Although a bit disappointing to use in direct sunlight, Once you have used Ultramotion you would not want to go back to using conventional displays that are found in other flagship models.  At its heart it has a Snapdragon 835, which is the same processor that powers most of the flagship models of 2017. It also comes with 8GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 2GB through a microSD card. The camera on the Razer is a 12 megapixel dual camera while the front camera is an 8 megapixel for selfies. The camera isn’t too complicated because Razer decided not to include any features such as pro because this is a phone dedicated to gaming.  In terms of the operating system it comes loaded with Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Powering the phone is a 4000mAh non removable battery. The Razer is a single sim (GSM) phone, it requires a nano SIM and connectivity options include WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, USB, 3G and $G. The onboard sensors include Compass, Magnetometer, Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Ambient light sensor and Barometer. It also comes with Corning Gorilla glass 3 which makes the screen very very durable.

Razer Phone - Absolute Gaming Phone

The Razer phone has a lot of pros and some rather nagging cons. Among its pros you can include the fact that it comes with the first 120Hz refresh rate on a smartphone. It comes with Dolby Atmos Stereo speaker. The end result of this combined with the Snapdragon Quadcore 835 at its heart is a smartphone experience like no other. To the common smartphone user, the LCD screen won’t appeal much, even the phone with its boxy design and size won’t appeal much but to the gamer/performance freak, well this phone would completely blow their minds. We have to remember that the Razer phone is targeted at a very niche audience, which is primarily gamers and tech freaks like me. The Razer phone is a true powerhouse of a phone. The cons of this phone are rather glaring. It doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio jack, which is rather a letdown. Even though it does come with the Dolby Amos speakers we would expect it to feature the audio jack as well. It isn’t really more water/dust resistant than your normal phone. One would think that it would be slightly more resistant to these things, yes it does come with Corning Gorilla glass 3 but that comes with most high end phones. We would have expected it to be water resistant like a few of the other flagship phones. And it also doesn’t come with wireless charging. Apart from these rather glaring cons, The Razer phone is a winner when it comes to specs and performance. The phone paints a very solid 2017 flagship phone picture for the Razer company which has just made its foray into the smartphone arena. Could the Razer be the first among a new breed of smartphones dedicated solely to gaming? Could this open up a new niche in the market? Only time will tell. The Razer does fall short on a lot of aspects and its shortcomings are rather glaring but loyal fans would happily look past these. To sum it up, The Razer could be the phone that you want to own. A luxury item type thing, but not one that you would necessarily need. Not at the price that it would sell at anyway.

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Razer Phone - Perfect Gaming Phone

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja

          

The Razer phone is the latest entrant into the smartphone market, but this phone is a little different than the rest. This phone isn’t designed to appeal to everyone, in fact it has a very niche audience in mind which you would realize when you look at the features it packs in. And boy does it pack some features. This phone is a absolute monster when it comes to performance but we will dive into that in a more detailed review. We have to ask though before discussing the phone, that do phone users want a high end phone that is dedicated to gaming? The sale figures of the phone should tell us that but this is a bold move by a company that is famous for its gaming laptops and other peripherals.

The Razer comes with a 5.70 inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1440p x 2560p. It comes with the first 120Hz Ultramotion display. Although a bit disappointing to use in direct sunlight, Once you have used Ultramotion you would not want to go back to using conventional displays that are found in other flagship models.  At its heart it has a Snapdragon 835, which is the same processor that powers most of the flagship models of 2017. It also comes with 8GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 2GB through a microSD card. The camera on the Razer is a 12 megapixel dual camera while the front camera is an 8 megapixel for selfies. The camera isn’t too complicated because Razer decided not to include any features such as pro because this is a phone dedicated to gaming.  In terms of the operating system it comes loaded with Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Powering the phone is a 4000mAh non removable battery. The Razer is a single sim (GSM) phone, it requires a nano SIM and connectivity options include WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, USB, 3G and $G. The onboard sensors include Compass, Magnetometer, Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Ambient light sensor and Barometer. It also comes with Corning Gorilla glass 3 which makes the screen very very durable.

Razer Phone - Absolute Gaming Phone

The Razer phone has a lot of pros and some rather nagging cons. Among its pros you can include the fact that it comes with the first 120Hz refresh rate on a smartphone. It comes with Dolby Atmos Stereo speaker. The end result of this combined with the Snapdragon Quadcore 835 at its heart is a smartphone experience like no other. To the common smartphone user, the LCD screen won’t appeal much, even the phone with its boxy design and size won’t appeal much but to the gamer/performance freak, well this phone would completely blow their minds. We have to remember that the Razer phone is targeted at a very niche audience, which is primarily gamers and tech freaks like me. The Razer phone is a true powerhouse of a phone. The cons of this phone are rather glaring. It doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio jack, which is rather a letdown. Even though it does come with the Dolby Amos speakers we would expect it to feature the audio jack as well. It isn’t really more water/dust resistant than your normal phone. One would think that it would be slightly more resistant to these things, yes it does come with Corning Gorilla glass 3 but that comes with most high end phones. We would have expected it to be water resistant like a few of the other flagship phones. And it also doesn’t come with wireless charging. Apart from these rather glaring cons, The Razer phone is a winner when it comes to specs and performance. The phone paints a very solid 2017 flagship phone picture for the Razer company which has just made its foray into the smartphone arena. Could the Razer be the first among a new breed of smartphones dedicated solely to gaming? Could this open up a new niche in the market? Only time will tell. The Razer does fall short on a lot of aspects and its shortcomings are rather glaring but loyal fans would happily look past these. To sum it up, The Razer could be the phone that you want to own. A luxury item type thing, but not one that you would necessarily need. Not at the price that it would sell at anyway.

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