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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 Unveils Project Linda, a Laptop Which Uses Your Android Phone as a Touchpad and Second Screen

At the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show on Tuesday, gaming company Razer unveiled Project Linda, a tricked-out laptop dock designed for the Razer Phone. Project Linda comes in the form of a clamshell aluminum dock with a 13.3-inch Quad HD (2560x1440) 120Hz display, a 720p webcam, a dual-microphone array, 200GB of storage, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a...

Nextbit Robin’s Cloud Storage Servers Will Shut Down on March 1, 2018

It's not easy for new companies to enter the smartphone market -- the competition's fierce, and it takes really unique features to stand out from the crowd. When startup company Nextbit announced the Kickstarter-backed Nextbit Robin, one of its standout features was Smart Storage, which dynamically expanded the phone's local storage by syncing photos, applications, and other...

Some Razer Phone Owners Experiencing Issues with the Camera App and Screen Dimming

The Razer Phone isn't bad for a first attempt. It's Razer's first phone, and its innovative 120Hz display won it early praise from reviewers. But some users are reporting a few glaring bugs with the camera, screen, and fingerprint sensor. Hopefully, Razer's looking to fix all that. One bug automatically applies filters to photos even when...

Here’s an Official List of 120Hz Games for the Razer Phone

When Razer unveiled the Razer Phone, it made headlines for a number of reasons. It was a big move for a company known for its PCs, keyboards, and video game peripherals. Then there's the fact that the Razer Phone is one of the first Android smartphones to feature a 120Hz display. But while that spec's...

Magisk Module Adds aptX HD and iOS 11 Emoji to the Razer Phone

The Razer Phone is Razer's first attempt at making a smartphone. It packs a 120 Hz variable refresh-rate display (the first of its kind in western markets), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, 8GBs of RAM, 64GBs of internal storage with a microSD card slot, and a 4,000 mAh battery. For the software, it basically runs...

The Razer Phone’s Kernel Source Code has been Released

The Razer Phone is the first Android smartphone sold in western markets with a 120Hz display. Although marketed at gamers, its technical specifications should excite any Android enthusiast. It has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC with 8GBs of RAM and a beefy 4,000 mAh battery which, according to the CEO, is possible due to the removal...

CEO Explains Why the Razer Phone Doesn’t Have a 3.5mm Headphone Port

Over the last couple of years we've been seeing a slow trend building up where smartphone OEMs are removing the 3.5mm headphone port. Apple said it took "courage" for them to do it, so that they could fit fit in the Taptic Engine for better haptic feedback. Google made fun of last year's iPhone with...

Razer Phone’s Camera Shortcomings Will be Addressed with Future Software Updates

The Razer Phone, the result of Nextbit's adquisition by Razer earlier this year, is now officially out. This "gamer phone" brings a solid specification package (Snapdragon 835, 8 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, and a 120Hz IGZO LCD panel), a close-to-stock Android 7.1 Nougat experience, a 4000 mAh battery and a sharp-edged square metal...

Razer Phone Now Available for Purchase in the United States

The Razer phone is a brand new device with some interesting attributes, including a 120Hz display and near stock Android with (admittedly closed off) OMS support. If you're interested in purchasing one of these devices in the US, you can now purchase it from Razer's own website. The phone will set you back $700, though...

Razer Phone uses Sony’s Overlay Manager Service Theme Engine

Earlier this week, Razer Inc.—a company best known for its computer hardware products marketed at gamers—stepped into the world of mobile smartphones with the Razer Phone. It's packed full of hardware that is enticing to Android smartphone enthusiasts such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC with 8GBs of RAM and a 4,000mAh battery, but its...

Razer Phone Officially Announced: 120Hz Display, Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM and 4,000mAh Battery

Nextbit, the company who successfully crowdfunded the Robin back in 2015 was acquired by Razer at the start of this year. This upset a lot of those who had helped Kickstart a project that they were hoping would have gone on for years to come. Sadly, the company had to end support for the Robin...

Hands-on Video of the Razer Phone Reveals its Design, Specs, Pricing and Release Window

Nextbit had a dedicated enthusiast following when they successfully crowdfunded their first and only smartphone (the Nextbit Robin) back in 2015. The phone had a unique design and the stock Android experience that many are looking for. Some were initially skeptical at the prospect behind the team's acquisition by Razer, but shortly after that it was...