Specs are pretty good, but in term of design it's a nextbit robin (well duh since razer bought that company) without the colorful look but a rather bland matte black.. that 120hz screen if that's true though.
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2017I do love all these comments about "it looks like a brick" "it's ugly" etc etc
I always want ... moreIt is Meizu Pro 5, so it's realy not bezeless and it's quite big for it's 5,7 screen.
My second phone is Xiaomi Mi Max 2.
I wrote that Razer phone looks like a brick, but what is wrong with that?
It is ugly, but i don't realy care for design of my smarthone ... unless it destroys ergonomic side of the device.
Sony phones are also ugly as hell, but that wouldn't stop me buying them, what stops me are other things i don't like - mediocre camera, poor speakers, low quality audio output etc.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 31 Oct 2017Welcome to the bias world my friendYeah, so sad. The second to the last letter on that word (bias) is the initial letter of the brand name of the company that people are in loved with, while the last one is the initial letter of the brand name of the most successful company in the business..........no, at advertising/marketing.
Really nice one! Hope Razer understands the need to release kernel sources and have official Lineage.
I do love all these comments about "it looks like a brick" "it's ugly" etc etc
I always want to ask and just what does your favourite current device look like,what you mean,its flat,oblong,glass display on one face,blankish face on the other and a few buttons at top or bottom or sides,ooh,just look,exactly the same as the one you like,the one you love and 94% of the bloody mobiles made so far.
Bugger the looks,does it do what I need it to do,does it break if it gets dropped, and how much,far more important than has it got slightly more or less rounded corners
Wow, this thing looks like it was actually designed tastefully.
Feature over form.
The worst part seems to be the SoC.
That QSD 835 chipset is starting to look slow (single-core performance) next to the Apple A11, QSD 845, and the Exynos 10. It will feel like how the LG G6 got the QSD 821 in 2017 instead of the QSD 835.
Not that Razer could do anything about it, since all QSD 845 SoC's will be sold-out and unavailable to OEMs (besides Samsung) until May 2018.
"8 GB RAM - enough for the most demanding games and apps"
that's true, but 1 or 2 GB would also be "enough for the most demanding games and apps"
On-screen buttons with that enormeous bezels? What a waste of space and screen. Software... buggy as usual. I bet for +950$ without OIS in the cameras and probably without expandable storage. +1100$ the 256Gb version. And a brick like in the image.
120 Hz refresh rate on a QHD 5.72" display. Nice!
Now I'm curious about how Razer handles the software side of this 'gaming' smartphone.
Yet Sony phones are still considered "ugly."
People, oh people................what happened to your minds?? Or should I say where are they now.
I wouldn't even use this for gaming much at all as I don't. But this phone seems solid, I'm not too bothered about the design or weight etc... But I like how snappy things are. If I use the phone on a 1080p level, hopefully this would last all day long with high refresh rates to add to smoothness. But I guess the price will kill my temptations off.