The first ever Razer phone is one for gaming fanatics.
All images: The Straits Times
The Razer Phone is priced at US$699 (approx. S$952) and will be released on Friday, November 17.
The smartphone will run on the Android 7.1 operating system, and each set comes with a 12-megapixel camera and 64 gigabytes worth of storage.
More interestingly, the Razer phone is fitted with a 2k Quad-HD screen, 8 gigabytes of RAM, and a 4,000mAH battery (that powers the phone to run for an entire day, according to The Straits Times).
To achieve high-resolution audio, the phones feature two front-facing speakers – similar to the ones found on the Razer Blade laptop. The speakers come with their own amplifier that’s said to boost audio quality and clarity.
The smartphone comes in a matte black casing. The brand’s triple-headed snake logo can be found etched on the back of the phone.
Only 1,337 sets of the limited edition version of the phone featuring the Razer logo in green will be released to the public.
At time of writing, the phones have been confirmed for release in North America, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, France, and Denmark. Pre-orders for the smartphone for these countries will launch later today.
We will update this article with localized prices and details when they are made available to us.