It's been a long time since Razer was satisfied building gaming mice, keyboards, and headphones.
Every January, the company shows off a crazy new computer at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas -- remember the three-screen laptop?
We don't know much about the device, mind you -- only that it could be "a mobile device tailored for its consumer base of hardcore gamers," according to Bloomberg's multiple anonymous sources.
If true, a Razer phone wouldn't be too surprising a development.
In January, Razer purchased Nextbit, the tiny 30-person manufacturer of the Nextbit Robin smartphone, and immediately stopped sales of that device.
Nextbit's team included veterans of Google and HTC, including longtime HTC design director Scott Croyle, whose LinkedIn and Twitter pages suggest he may still work for the company.