Razer Phone Has Powerful Specifications, According to Specs Sheet That Details a 120Hz Display and More


More specifications of the upcoming Razer phone have been leaked courtesy of an online retailer listing and in addition to a 120Hz display which is sure to make everything look snappy, there are other very impressive internals to look forward to.

Online Listing Leak Reveals Specifications of Razer Phone Ranging From 8GB of RAM, a Massive 4,000mAh Battery and More

Android Police got a hold of specifications screenshot revealing the hardware and other features belonging to the upcoming Razer phone. If you look at the image below, it shows that the phone will have 64GB of onboard storage, plus a 5.72-inch IGZO display with a 120Hz panel. We also expect this display to present a great deal of color accuracy when it is shipped to customers.

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8GB of RAM for a gaming smartphone sounds about right and so does a large 4,000mAh battery. Though the Razer phone does not feature a bezel-less design, that might work out in the company’s favor. Adopting a phone design that is similar to Sony’s Xperia lineup means that you get dual front-facing speakers, which will be great for media consumption or if you’re gaming on the device without earphones plugged in.

There is also going to be a dual-camera onboard the Razer phone because the peripherals manufacturing company want optics to stand out and not just performance. The phone is also going to provide support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4.0 technology, meaning that we should see a Snapdragon 835 SoC inside the phone.

There are very impressive specifications for a smartphone from a peripherals manufacturing firm and it will be interesting to see the pricing on this device. We also expect a custom interface that is very reminiscent of Razer’s black and green theme that it uses for the majority of its products.

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News Source: Android Police