Razer is making its entrance in the smartphone arena, and is doing it in grand style.
Following a few teasers and a last-minute leak that spoiled some of the surprise, Razer introduced today its first smartphone, the Razer Phone.
The Razer Phone combines the gaming acumen Razer devices are known for with DNA from Nextbit, the short-lived smartphone maker that Razer acquired earlier this year.
With brawny specs and special features including a 120 Hz display, the Razer Phone definitely stands out from the pack.
The feature was well received on the iPad Pro 10.5, and Sharp recently announced a Japan-only 120 Hz smartphone called the Aquos R Compact.
However, the Sharp device will only hit the market in December, giving Razer at least some partial bragging rights.