Gaming-focused smartphone, the Razer Phone, is now on sale at the Microsoft Store.
The handset features the world’s first 5.7 inch 2K 120 Hz screen with Ultramotion technology, which syncs the GPU signals with the screen, similar to NVidia’s gsync technology, preventing lagging or screen tearing, has 8 GB of RAM, Qualcomm 835 processor, and faster benchmarks than the Samsung Galaxy S8, is powered by a 4000 mAh battery with Qualcomm Quickcharge 4+ (which lets the phone charge to 85% in only one hour) which can offer up to 7 hours of gaming, 12.5 hours of video and 63.5 hours of music and has 64 GB of storage expandable by microSD card.
It also features cinematic sound, with Dolby Atmos and THX certification, and also has large dual front-facing speakers and a 24 bit DAC for headphones. The camera features dual 12-megapixel sensors with seamless fusion for smooth zooming from wide angle to telephoto with a quick pinch on the display and uses a dual-tone flash.
Microsoft has partnered with the company, which also makes numerous high profile gaming PCs.
The phone runs stock Android with the Prime version of the Nova Launcher but Microsoft specifically notes the handset is compatible with the Microsoft Launcher Android app launcher.
The handset is on sale for $699 via Razer’s US and EU stores. Carrier 3 will be selling it in store in UK, Ireland, Denmark and Sweden. It is available online via Razerzone.com in North America, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, France, Denmark and Sweden and also via Amazon.com in USA.
In USA Razer is partnering with the Microsoft Stores, who will also carry a selection of the exclusive 1337 limited edition Razer phones with a green logo. You can now also buy the handset online via the Microsoft Store here for $699 with free shipping.