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12 October 2017, 11:07 | Brandon Parsons
Razer set to reveal gaming smartphone on November 1
The gaming hardware company launched a teaser on Wednesday, showing a man holding a phone-sized device. It was a pocket gaming device that ran on Android Lollipop when it launched.
Razer has officially begun teasing something big, its "biggest unveiling", to be exact. Though were placing our bets on a smartphone since the device shown in the picture looks too small to be a tablet.
As far as features go, we will probably be expecting front firing speakers at the very least, along with longer than usual battery life and Razer's own gaming services pre-installed onto the device. Razer's CEO, Tan Min-Liang, said that the project has been in development for years, and he is excited to reveal all to the world soon. However, he had refused to shed light on the phone's specifications and features.
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Razer is rumored to have started working on the mobile gaming device from previous year. From that and subsequent reports, all fingers point to a smartphone coming from Razer. That all lined up with Nextbit, the folks who put together the Robin smartphone, joining the Razer team back in January.
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