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Razer is a company primarily known for producing gaming hardware. They are relatively new to the Android ecosystem. The first Razer smartphone was released in 2017. Visit the Razer forums.

Razer Opus Review – Comfortable, Long-lasting Wireless Headphones with ANC

Razer just announced the Opus, the gaming brand's first lifestyle, Bluetooth wireless over-ear headphones, earlier today. There are already a lot of headphones from a lot of different, well-established audio accessory brands on the market, so the Razer Opus will need to offer a lot to stand out. Fortunately for Razer, the Opus isn't their...

The Razer Opus are the gaming brand’s new Over-Ear Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancelling

Razer is a brand that's best known for its gaming-focused computer hardware, but they've been steadily branching out into selling other kinds of consumer technology that appeal to gamers, including audio accessories. They're certainly no stranger to audio accessories, having already launched the Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds, wired Kraken Gaming Headset, and wireless Adaro headphones....

LineageOS 17.1 based on Android 10 is now officially available

If you call yourself a custom ROM veteran, you definitely have heard about LineageOS. LineageOS traces its roots back to CyanogenMod, the custom ROM that became popular on the HTC Dream/T-Mobile G1, the first Android smartphone available for purchase. CyanogenMod, in turn, went on to become one of the most popular custom ROMs available across...

Google Stadia adds support for the Samsung Galaxy S20, Razer Phone, ASUS ROG Phone, and more

Google's cloud game streaming service, Stadia, launched late last year. The service received mixed reviews initially for lacking a lot of promised features, but it's still too early to see whether the service is really succeeding or not. Currently, Stadia access is pretty limited as it only supports Pixel devices if you want to play...

Razer Cortex update adds a new “Analyzer” feature with an FPS counter and other gaming options

Gaming hardware manufacturer Razer made its debut in the smartphone world back in 2017. The company is responsible for kickstarting the "gaming smartphone" trend with the original Razer Phone, which featured a Snapdragon 835 SoC, a 120Hz QHD LCD panel, a 4,000mAh battery, and a near-stock Android build. Razer followed that up with the Razer...

The Razer Kishi is an extending game controller for your Android or iOS smartphone

Back in October last year, Razer unveiled the Junglecat gaming controller for smartphones. The Bluetooth powered controller consists of two parts that can be attached to either side of a smartphone, giving users access to two analog joysticks and bumper action buttons on each side. At a price of $99.99, the controller offered pretty much...

Customize the Razer Phone 2 with custom boot splash screens [Root]

The Razer Phone was the device responsible for kickstarting several current trends seen in modern smartphones these days, including the gaming smartphone trend as well as the high refresh rate trend. It is also, for a change, a surprisingly developer-friendly device, and the same can be said for its successor, the Razer Phone 2. That...

Razer unveils the Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds and the Junglecat Gaming Controller

Razer has announced two products today. The first of these is the Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds and the second is the Junglecat gaming controller. Besides the oddly aggressive names, these devices have some interesting features to offer. Let's take a look at both of these announcements, starting with the true wireless earbuds.Razer Hammerhead True Wireless...

Razer rolls out an update to the Razer Phone 2 with the September security patches

Razer is a company that is in a unique situation in the Android ecosystem. Smartphones are not a large part of their business. Even though they acquired a smartphone company back in 2017, the company has only produced two smartphones, both in the niche "gaming phone" category. Software support has been a bit of an...

[Update 2: Rolling out again] Razer affirms its plans to upgrade the Razer Phone to Android Pie

With the OnePlus 7 Pro, Nubia Red Magic 3, and ASUS ROG Phone II dominating the headlines for their high refresh rate displays, it's looking like 2019 will be a great year for fans of HFR. We can thank Razer for kickstarting this new mobile trend in western markets. Razer's first smartphone, the 2017 Razer...

ASUS ZenFone 6, Razer Phone, and Samsung Galaxy A3/A5/S5 Neo are now supported by LineageOS 16

LineageOS has solidified itself as the most popular custom ROM in the Android community after it rose from the ashes of CyanogenMod. The custom ROM is now on version 16 based on Android 9 Pie, though with Android 10 Q just around the corner, we're probably going to see a lot of work on the...

Razer Phone 2 prototype with 512GB storage, dual SIM, and a THX logo appears online

The Razer Phone 2 was announced nearly a year ago in October of 2018. Back in April, Razer released a Satin Black version of the phone. It looks like another special model is in the works as a member of our forums posted photos of a Razer Phone 2 with a THX logo on the...