Razer could challenge expectations by releasing a third gaming-focused smartphone after this year despite laying off 30 employees (2 percent of a workforce) and reassigning others in February. The phone is approaching to be called Razer 3.
According to a DigiTimes report today citing “industry sources,” Razer “is expected to launch a third book of a gaming handset” as it “moves to raise a competitiveness of a gaming handset business” notwithstanding a restructuring announced in February.
Both of Razer’s prior gaming-focused smartphones featured 120Hz displays and twin front-firing speakers that were ostensible to make gaming on Android some-more appealing. The Razer Phone 2 also combined vaper cooling, Razer Chroma RGB lighting and other features.
The Razer Phone 2 didn’t blow a minds. Its edges done prolonged gaming sessions uncomfortable, a arrangement offering a high modernise rate though suffered compared to AMOLED screens and diversion devs weren’t accurately rushing to support that 120Hz smartphone arrangement anyway.
That’s substantially because, according to DigiTimes, usually 100,000 gaming smartphones are shipped a year. Game developers are reduction expected to tailoring their products for such a niche marketplace when a immeasurable infancy of people are regulating other devices.
But apparently that won’t stop Razer and other companies from stability to try. DigiTimes pronounced that Xiaomi, Vivo, Asustek, Nubia and maybe even Nintendo (based on “speculations”) could be operative on gaming smartphones.