Razer to launch its gaming smartphone on November 1

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After all, the company has made both laptops and PC accessories geared towards gaming - why wouldn't a phone also reflect that gaming expertise?

Since Razer purchased Nextbit, rumours started swirling across the internet that Razer may be developing some sort of mobile gaming device.

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"One of the most hotly rumored things about Razer is that we're coming up with a mobile device".

The teaser also shows a man holding a device to his face sitting against an image carousel background.

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The tweet says “WATCH for our biggest unveiling…” with the first word appearing in all caps. So, we are not really sure what to expect from the upcoming device.

Razer is branching out of the gaming market.

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Min-Liang Tan, the CEO of Razer had only said it will mainly focus on gaming as well as on entertainment. That all lined up with Nextbit, the folks who put together the Robin smartphone, joining the Razer team back in January. How do you think the company lights up the phone, though? It's always felt probable that the company was preparing to launch a smartphone, presumably with Android. Notably, Razer had earlier launched the Razer Edge tablet for gamers.

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