Razor Phone Review : The next big thing

Made for gamers , but don't let that stop you from buying it


Razor is known for building gaming products like gaming laptops ,headphones, mouse etc. But now Razor has step up it’s foot into mobile phone arena. It wasn’t a surprise as Razor recently acquired Nextbit, a smart phone maker. There are two main features which makes this phone focuses more i.e. Screen and Sound.

Screen :

It has a Sharp IGZO 5.7-inch QHD (1440 x 2560) IPS edge-to-edge display. In the age when bezel less phones like Galaxy s8+ and iPhone X, Razor phone still has huge bezels. One of the main features is it’s 120 Hz screen refresh rate which is the first in the smart phone world. It’s helpful when you are gaming as it makes your gaming experience smooth.

Design :

The design of Razor phone is similar to Nextbit phone. It is heavier weighing 197 grams. It has the speakers on the front which are very loud and upon our research are one of the most powerful speakers on the smart phone. So the sound quality is awesome on this phone.

It has a aluminum chassis. It doesn’t have a headphone jack which is a disappointment as according to me it’s a step backward. Also you won’t find it water resistant like recent flag ship phones. It has fingerprint sensor inside power button on the side of phone.


Razor phone rocks Qualcomm 835 Snapdragon processor as well as an Adreno 540 GPU. It also has a whopping 8GB of RAM.This phone has dual back cameras. Both of rear cameras are 12MP, among them one is telephoto and one is wide angle. You will find 8MP front camera on this phone.

It also has 4,000 mAh battery which is impressive. There’s no wireless charging but this phone supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4+ technology , allowing you to go from 0% to 85% in an hour , which makes it the first phone to have this technology.

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