The Razer Phone is £549.99 prepaid featuring in black
Gaming hardware and accessories manufacturer Razer has launched its first branded smartphone, The Razer Phone, which will be exclusively ranged by Three in the UK.
It will be available in black on monthly plans starting from £41 per month with £49 upfront, which includes 12GB data and unlimited text and minutes. 30GB of data will cost £45 per month and the 100GB tariff is £49 per month. Pre-orders for the Razer smartphone open tomorrow (Nov 3) from Three, general release is on November 17. The operator is selling the Razer £549.99 prepaid.
The Razer Phone is equipped with a 120Hz UltraMotion display that delivers fast refresh rates and smooth graphics. It’s made from Gorilla Glass 3, with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 (quad HD).
Powering the smartphone is a Snapdragon 835 with 8GB of RAM. The 5.72-inch display a quad HD IGZO LCD that delivers sharp images with a wide colour gamut.
Internal memory stands at 64GB of storage, upgradeable up to two terabytes with a microSD card.
The phone features Dolby Atmos sound technology to provide true cinematic audio via front-firing speakers with dual dedicated amplifiers. The device has a USB-C port and dual rear cameras-12MP.
It tuns stock Android with the Nova Launcher Prime skin. Nova Launcher Prime offers more customisability of Android 7.0 Nougat.
Other features include: 4,000mAh battery, 12MP dual rear cameras and 8MP front facing camera.