Razer Phone

Razer Phone camera promised to improve with software updates

Razer Phone camera promised to improve with software updates

There seems to be a trend among smaller smartphone makers these days. Launch a phone with a decent, or in Essential’s case, bad, camera experience and just promise improvements to come via software updates in the near or distant future. That was basically what happened to the Essential PH-1, which launched to a rather rocky start, and is now being applied to the Razer Phone as well. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan took to Facebook to outline what lies ahead for the camera of a smartphone that is mostly geared towards gaming and entertainment consumption rather than creation.

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Razer Hammerhead earbuds get USB-C just in time for Razer Phone

Razer Hammerhead earbuds get USB-C just in time for Razer Phone

It's been a big week for Razer. Just a couple of days ago, it finally launched its long-rumored Razer Phone in the US, stepping into the ring with the other big Android manufactures. Now Razer has announced a new version of its Hammerhead earbuds, making them compatible with the Razer Phone in this release.

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Razer Phone now available in the US if you really want it

Razer Phone now available in the US if you really want it

Razer has finally made its much-anticipated dive into the smartphone market and, in doing so, now probably knows first hand how tight the competition and the reception can be. Its “made by gamers for gamers” smartphone is making a big splash thanks to its brand, but it remains to be seen if its waves will last long. But for those really interested in seeing what this gaming-oriented smartphone has to offer, you can buy one right now, provided you have $700 to spare.

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Razer Phone : 5 reasons this one’s different

Razer Phone : 5 reasons this one’s different

Today we're taking a look at the Razer Phone, the first smartphone made by the company By Gamers, For Gamers. We've gone over some of the details on this device in brief already - like when and how you'll be able to get one. But why would you want such a phone? What makes this smartphone different from the rest?

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Razer Phone comes with Nova Launcher preinstalled

Razer Phone comes with Nova Launcher preinstalled

There is an overabundance of home screen and app launchers on Android, though the craze seems to have become, well, less crazy. There are dozens of smaller launchers catering to niche audiences and tastes. There are also a handful of OEM-made launchers designed to set them apart from other brands or, sometimes, mimic the look of another. Razer, however, seems to have exercised a bit more common sense and practicality and has used one of the most popular third-party launchers in the market today: Nova Launcher.

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Razer Phone detailed for release : 120Hz in full effect

Razer Phone detailed for release : 120Hz in full effect

Today Razer revealed their Phone - called the Razer Phone, fully equipped to take on the competition with gaming-friendly specs aplenty. This device works with a 5.7-inch 2K display - that's 1440p - complete with a variable refresh rate, not unlike the current newest iPad Pro. They're calling this their 120Hz Ultramotion Display, and it's truly the differentiator between this and every other phone on the market.

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