At the time, Razer kept quiet on what they had planned to do with the acquisition, but given Razer's heritage, it was nearly certain that they would somehow end up creating some sort of smartphone for gamers. The brand proving itself in this market now aims to reach mobile players. In the meantime, you can head over to the website and sign up to receive updates on whatever it is that Razer plans on unveiling. In this way, re were rumors that company that produced famous game accessories and gaming computers would enter smartphone market. Well, the company has just released a teaser confirming that its first smartphone will arrive on November 1.
"Nextbit is one of the most exciting companies in the mobile space". Razer's CEO, Tan Min-Liang, said that the project has been in development for years, and he is excited to reveal all to the world soon. It was a pocket gaming device that ran on Android Lollipop when it launched.
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The countdown to Razer's new toy has begun with definitive introduction.
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