After rising late in 2017 in a US and UK, gaming marginal dilettante Razer has brought a eponymous handset Down Under — the mobile gaming-centric Razer Phone.
The handset touts a 5.7-inch arrangement with an considerable 120Hz modernise rate – a initial of a kind in a universe – alongside stereo speakers that stone Dolby Atmos and THX-Certified audio tech.
The section is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor and 8GB of RAM, a same combo that hit a shores final year in a OnePlus 5, which, itself, was behind a few months after initial rising in a UK and US.
Considering a brand’s birthright of producing gaming peripherals, a neat and critical cultured of a Razer Phone fits right into a array of deadly-looking keyboards and mice a company’s famous for.
The preference to launch a handset Down Under, even yet it had already been accessible for 8 months in other regions, could expected have something to do with a arise in recognition of mobile titles such as PUBG and Fortnite (the latter of that has been particularly reliable for Android in a nearby future).
You can get yourself a Razer Phone exclusively online from JB Hi-Fi for $1,099, though precipitate as a batch is particularly limited.