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Razer Phone: new details from GFXBench


    It seems the end of 2017 with the presentation of Google, Xiaomi and the new Mate 10 instead the Razer Phone could really astonish everyone.

    Now, every day, we have a new look at this smartphone that if only a few months ago it could seem like a simple utopia, today it is almost a reality that smartphone manufacturers should really start to fear.

    Directly from another benchmarking service, the GFXBench, comes the first hardware details on the device demonstrating how once again these software is also used for early newscasting.

    Going so hard, the new Razer Phone should fit a 5.7-inch screen without a 18: 9 aspect, which does not pretend to be a real smartphone with no frames or at least reduced, in line with the higher top of 2017 range. The resolution should be the “classic” 2560 x 1440 pixels and then with a 16: 9 display.

    Speaking instead of the processor, as anticipated over the last few hours, the smartphone should be equipped with the latest SnapDragon 835 along with 8 GB of RAM , alongside the ZenFone AR of ASUS, the first smartphone on the market with all this memory for the system with the SnapDragon 821.

    The software will of course be based on Android, but we may not see, at least in a very early phase, the latest available version or Oreo 8.0. Indeed there should be Android Nougat 7.1.1 with a slight personalization of the company but we know nothing about anything in any way.

    In short, if we thought this end of the year might be nearly finished, we should wait at least on the first day of November, when this Razer Phone is presented, to see if we will actually have all the possible top-ranking brands on the market that the major electronics companies are succeed in producing this 2017.

    Will this Razer Phone be interesting or will it just be a little experiment fails?

    Varun Kesari
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