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Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelPhone
DateMay 2018

Razer Phone Hong Kong: A Solid Gaming Flagship Phone

The Razer Phone is one of the most cutting-edge and unique flagship handsets on the market. Although it doesn’t have an eye-catching design, it makes up for it by having a decent camera and offering an exceptional mobile gaming experience. Here’s a rundown of its specifications and features.

Immersive Display

Razer focused on creating an immersive QHD display to provide an awesome gaming experience. Aside from sporting a 5.7-inch screen with a Gorilla Glass 3 protection, the Razer phone’s display is also flanked by a cutting-edge LCD technology, providing better frame rates and refresh rates than powerful rivals, such as the Galaxy S8 and Google Pixel 2. To elaborate further, the screen offers a variable refresh rate of 120Hz and a frame rate of 120 fps (frames per second), both of which provide effortless navigation and smooth movement while scrolling through your apps.

Good Quality Design

Apart from its square-shaped and blocky form, the Razer Phone looks tall, wide, and has a black exterior with speaker grilles in front. Not only that, it offers a comfortable feel when holding it in a landscape manner due to its smooth edges and angular corners. Another design feature that makes the Razer Phone perfect for gaming is its slim bezels where you can place your hands without covering much of the screen, giving you a better view.

Exceptional Gaming Experience

The Razer Phone is designed to play big-name titles such as Arena of Valor, Final Fantasy 15, Shadowgun Legends, and Tekken. You can also download games on Google Play like Titanfall Assault and World of Tanks. To make the most out of its gaming prowess, it’s best to try games such as Pokemon Go and immerse with the device’s 120Hz display. Since the Razer Phone offers a much better frame rate than its rivals, it’s expected that hardcore mobile gamers will appreciate its display.

Large Battery Life

Housing a 4,000mAh battery under its hood, the Razer Phone has one of the largest battery life on the smartphone market. You’ll get a full day of use from the device with general usage. Although the phone has an ability to provide 120 Hz which consumes more battery, it has a Game Booster app that sets your games at 120Hz while the rest of its interface can be adjusted to 60Hz or 90 Hz to improve the device’s battery life.

Decent Camera Performance

The Razer Phone also boasts two 12-MP cameras on the back, one is a telephoto lens of aperture f/2.40, while the other is a wide-angle sensor of f/1.7 aperture. It has an 8-MP front-facing camera that offers decent images of yourself. The device’s camera UI is simple, devoid of any manual or pro mode features. Despite lacking some features, users can download a more advanced camera app from the Google Play Store to make the most out of the camera’s specifications. The Razer Phone’s lenses provide a smooth zoom, at the same time easy switching between two sensors by doing a simple pinch on the display.

Reviews of Razer Phone

venturebeat.com
Reviewed on 2018-02-06
After using the Razer Phone for the last 3 months, I'm comfortable calling it an amazing smart device. It is available now for $700, and it easily competes with other high-end phones in that price range with one glaring exception.Excellent media and gamin...
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techspective.net
Reviewed on 2018-01-29
It's impressive to think how far Razer has come as a hardware manufacturer. Starting with high-end gaming peripherals, the company has gone on to launch a well-received line of laptops and has now decided to break into the smartphone market. Its first off...
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makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2018-01-16
Razer – a company synonymous with PC gaming – has stepped into the mobile device arena with their all-new Razer Phone. But do they have what it takes to stand out in a cutthroat, hyper-competitive market? Let's find out, and don't forget to enter the give...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-22
The Razer Phone is not a good smartphone. Well, not a good $700 smartphone, at least. On paper, it competes with other Android flagships: it has a fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 8GB of RAM, a dual camera system, a high-resolution display, super l...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-22
Speakers get extremely loud, Flat, sharp, bright, rectangular display, 120Hz smooth refresh rate, Granular app/game optimization controls, USB-C THX DAC Audio Adapter included
Speakers get a tiny bit snappy on high end, Camera app lacking features, Camera output just decent, not quite spectacular, Front-facing speaker grills difficult to keep clean, No headphone jack
The first Razer Phone clearly wasn't designed to take on the competition with bright, flashy colors. Razer didn't make their first phone with curved edges, and it didn't include a front-facing 3D face-sensor setup for animated emoji messages. Instead, Raz...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-06
Beautiful screen animation, Decent speakers, Some smart design choices, Good performance
Poor camera interface, Lack of OIS is evident, Giant battery feels like it's going to waste, Absent waterproofing, No headphone jack (nor included USB headphones), Just not polished enough for this premium price, Does not work on Verizon or Sprint
For as reassuring as it is to look forward to the next Samsung Galaxy powerhouse or new iPhone year after year, sometimes it's interesting to see what a little fresh blood can do to shake up our tired old expectations. A couple years back, we were looking...
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kotaku.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-06
Previous attempts at creating a gaming-centric smartphone include phones with slide-out game controllers, a cross between a Sony PlayStation Portable and a phone and the Nokia N-Gage. For its first gaming phone, Razer went with a powerful black rectangl...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-04
The Razer Phone is the smoothest Android experience yet. It's built like a tank, and its twin Dolby-powered speakers blow away the competition
Big, speaker-filled bezels make for a bulky phone with no water resistance or headphone jack. No-frills camera takes iffy photos in low light, among other camera quirks
Look at your phone. Swipe across its home screen. Scroll down a web page. Does it feel fast and smooth?If you said "Yes," you've probably never tried the Razer Phone.The Razer Phone is a glimpse into the future. If you buy one today, you can experience (a...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-01
Gorgeous display, Great sound quality, Long battery life, Buttery smooth performance
A little clunky for small hands, Camera quality isn't very good, Display isn't great under sunny conditions
Razer is mostly known for its gaming hardware, so it was a little surprising when the company acquired phone-maker Nextbit earlier this year. Eleven months later, and it finally revealed the results of that acquisition: The Razer Phone. Just like the re...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-29
While its original mission was to make high-end gaming mice, Razers line of products has grown over the years to include everything from keyboards and fitness bands to entire desktops, laptops, and pretty much anything else the company could put RGB ligh...
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droid-life.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-22
When Razer acquired Nextbit, makers of the cloud-centric Robin device, it seemed inevitable that we would see the gaming-focused company launch a smartphone. We weren't quite sure what to expect in terms of the overall package, but when the phone was unv...
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droid-life.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-15
We've got the Razer Phone in-house, but before we can dive into our complete review process, we need to unbox this beast.If you missed the announcement post, allow me to refresh you. The Razer Phone is priced at $699 ( available for purchase now ) and co...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-11
Because where most new flagship phones are shiny rounded rectangles with curved screens, Razer's first phone is unabashedly a black brick. It flaunts sharp 90-degree corners instead of curved edges. You can even stand the phone on end....
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bgr.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-09
Aside from the occasional tiny Chinese manufacturer, you really don't see all that many new competitors in the smartphone space these days. There's a couple of obvious reasons for that, of course, not least of which is the fact that Apple and Samsung have...
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wccftech.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-08
Beautiful 120Hz screen, Variable refresh rate gaming, Best speakers/audio quality in a phone, Decent pricing compared to other flagships, Generous spec sheet, Excellent thermals, even under intense gaming, All day running with huge 4,000 mAh battery
No headphone jack, No wireless charging, They didn't give me the limited edition one with the green logo. Whaaaaat
Some of you may have seen our coverage of the Razer Phone launch event this week. Well, in addition to covering the livestream, some of the photos in our articles were from the event itself as I was there in person at The Science Museum IMAX theatre in Lo...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-08
First 120-Hz Ultramotion displa, Best-in-class audi, Great gaming performanc, Stays cool under pressure
No headphone jac, Screen could be brighte, Cameras a step behind the competitio, Below-average battery life
In the decade I've covered Razer, I've learned one thing: never say never. I never would have thought the company would jump from peripherals to gaming laptops. But Razer did, and in a grand fashion and with solid success.So I wasn't too surprised when th...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-06
Strong visuals and audio, Premium performance, Customisable OS
Blocky design, 'Quick Charge', Flawed cameras
The Razer Phone is a premium mobile designed with gamers in mind, delivering top-end performance as well as a massive battery and innovative display. So is this smartphone for gamers only, and how do features like the dual lens camera and general usabilit...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-02
Unique, handsome design, Display and Ultramotion are gorgeous, Top-notch performance, 24-bit DAC built into USB Type-C adapter, Loudspeaker is LOUD, Nova Launcher was a great software choice
Terrible photography experience, Display could be brighter, Too big for one-handed use, No headphone jack, Battery life only average
What happens when a gaming computer company buys a smartphone company? They make a gaming phone, right? Not quite! Razer bought Nextbit earlier this year, and today the company has released its first smartphone. It's not a gaming phone, but it is a phone...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-01
First Android phone with 120Hz screen, "Under-throttled" processor for higher speeds, Big battery, Front-facing speakers
Not compatible with Sprint or Verizon, Only available directly through Razer with no monthly payment option
Why the heck is Razer making a phone? It says that mobile gaming is getting serious, and it wants to get in on the action. So the company bought Nextbit, a phone startup run by key ex-HTC employees, and blended that staff with the remnants of failed Andro...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-11-02
As the folks at Razer would tell it, the plan was always to make a phone. No one at Razer was quite sure what that phone would look like, or precisely how it would be a "gamer" phone -- Razer's peripherals and laptops are built primarily for gamers -- but...
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