Razer’s first smartphone to Sport 2K Display, SD835 SoC & 8GB RAM

Razer’s new smartphone is only expected to launch on Nov. 1, but the leaks have already begun.

According to Phone Radar, a listing has already appeared on GFXBench titled “Razer Phone“, that could just very well be the phone we’re set to see in a little over two weeks.

According to the listing, the phone will have a 5.7-inch screen with a 2650 x 1440 resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 64 GB of internal storage — all pretty standard stuff for a smartphone, except for one standout. It’ll also come with 8GB of RAM.

IMAGE: GFXBENCH/SCREENSHOT

The operating system allegedly runs on a custom version of Android 7.1.1 Nougat, similar to what we’ll find in Amazon’s upcoming Fire TV.

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The only thing that really makes the ‘Razer Phone’ stand out is its reported 7.5GB of RAM, a significant leap over the 3GB offered by the Apple iPhone X or the 4GB offered by the similarly Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S8.

A RAMbunctious device

A hefty helping of RAM helps a ton when it comes to power games, but it’s by no means the only factor in getting graphically intensive games to run smoothly. Graphics benchmark tests in another tab of the GFXBench page report performance of 14.5 fps and 21.4 fps for two different GFXBench simulations, which isn’t exactly jaw-dropping.

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Hopefully, Razer will have a few more surprises for us apart from what we see here during its reveal event. It’s also worth pointing out that Android Nougat is a year behind the current Oreo version, so there’s a tiny chance we’re looking at outdated information.

So, now we know what the insides may look like, but what about the outside? The listing isn’t much help with that, but following Razer’s acquisition of smartphone maker Nextbit last January, we took a few wild guesses that included everything from projections to cloud-based streaming.

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Cloud-based streaming, in fact, was one of Nextbit’s strengths, and it would negate the need to download huge game files on your phone.

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