Razer made the Razer Phone official today and we have most of the details you’ll want to know.
For specs, the Razer Phone has a Sharp IGZO-produced 5.7″ QHD LCD panel with UltraMotion (120Hz refresh rate which means no ghosting, no motion blur, etc.), Qualcomm-made Snapdragon 835 processor, 8GB RAM, 64GB of storage, dual 12MP rear-facing cameras (wide angle + 2x telephoto), 4,000mAh battery with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4+ (single hour of charge gets you from 0% to 85%), 24-bit DAC, dual front-facing speakers with Dolby Atmos powered by individual amplifiers, THX certification, plus Android “Nougat.”
The phone doesn’t have an IP rating and there is no headphone jack, but a adapter dongle is included with the phone.
While the software is said to be pretty stock Android, one very cool detail is that the phone launches with Nova Launcher Prime pre-installed. Yes, that is very, very awesome.
We don’t have availability yet, but the price is set at $699.
Update: The Razer Phone will be available in the US starting November 17 online or exclusively at Microsoft stores.