Razer Teases "Biggest Unveiling" for November 1, Could be a Phone

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Razer Teases "Biggest Unveiling" for November 1, Could be a Phone

According to the teaser, Razer will announce something on November 1.

This leads us to speculate that Razer might release some kind of smartphone or small tablet for consuming media and/or playing mobile games. After all, the company has made both laptops and PC accessories geared towards gaming - why wouldn't a phone also reflect that gaming expertise?

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The company had previously purchased Nextbit, a smartphone maker known for its Robin phone - a phone optimised for cloud storage.

The last time a company launched a gaming mobile device, or as close to a smartphone as it can be, was NVIDIA with the NVIDIA Shield Portable. 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. What will you be expecting from Razer's upcoming gaming smartphone? "With the talent that Nextbit brings to Razer, we look forward to unleashing more disruption and growing our business in new areas". 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.

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Razer has officially begun teasing something big, its "biggest unveiling", to be exact.

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