Razer’s upcoming smartphone may have just leaked

Razer will host its “biggest unveiling” on November 1. We’re anticipating the announcement of Razer’s first-ever smartphone, one that is said to attract “hardcore gamers.” We could be looking at a super powerful phablet, and it may have just leaked.

Razer isn’t exactly known for mobile products, but the company might try to change how others perceive it by launching an Android-based smartphone in under a month. Remember, Razer, back in January, acquired Nextbit, the maker of the Robin smartphone, so this possibility has everything to do with that addition.

Rumors have been scarce pertaining to this model, but now we have what appears to be a low-res shot of the device’s rear. The image comes from a rather unknown source who tipped GSMArena, so you may want to take the following with a grain of salt. The leaked image borrows some traits from the Robin phone, which only makes sense. There’s a dual rear camera with LED flash in the top left corner, as well as Razer branding across the back. It’s a squarish design with a Black-colored metal finish containing two hardware keys along the upper left-hand side (right in the image). Specs remain unknown, and whether this will be the only color is still anybody’s guess.

Given that we’re now less than one month out and have hardly any information regarding what to expect, the leak mill should heat up over the next few leaks leading up to the reveal. We’ll have all the information for you right here at Droid Turf.


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