Razer's first ever smartphone could be coming next month

Razer's first ever smartphone could be coming next month

To be clear, Razer didn't outright confirm the nature of this "biggest unveiling" and the only clue as to what new products could be announced on November 1 was given by the aforementioned promotional photo. And now, Razer is soon going to be revealing its own smartphone.

When we hear about Razer, we usually think of its sleek line of high-end gaming laptops and gaming accessories.

Earlier today, PhoneRadar came across a GFXBench listing referencing a "Razer Phone" that's nearly certainly what we'll be seeing next month. Unfortunately outside of that, we know very little about Razer's smartphone plans as they have been kept heavily under wraps.

We have been waiting for this ever since Razers acquisition (this past January) of the smartphone startup: Nextbit – the company behind the successful Kickstarter phone: the Robin.

Head on over to Razer's website for more information on the event.

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According to Recode, all of Nextbit's employees made the move to Razer.

There's also been more concrete evidence that Razer is leveraging its Nextbit purchase into a smartphone play. It was a pocket gaming device that ran on Android Lollipop when it launched. Back in 2013, Razer unveiled the Razer Edge gaming tablet.

Razer Lancehead, a mouse gaming versatile and effective? The phone, in addition, may also come with insane lighting tech, something that is hallmark Razer courtesy its gaming gear theatrics.

A device labeled as the "Razer Phone" recently surfaced on GFXBench.

What can we expect from Razer's smartphone? That probably means that we'll see an announcement with a launch date much further away, but sometimes this stuff can be hard to predict.

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