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Razer Phone - 120 Hz Ultra Motion Display - 64GB Memory - 8GB RAM - Dual Camera - Dual Front-Facing Speakers - Gaming Phone - Black
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- 120HZ ULTRAMOTION DISPLAY: zero lag or stuttering—just fluid, buttery smooth motion content for you to enjoy
- DOLBY ATMOS POWERED AND THX CERTIFIED: a cinematic sound experience all around you reproduced through dual front-firing speakers and dual amplifiers
- POWERED BY QUALCOMM SNAPDRAGON 835, 8GB OF RAM AND A 4000MAH BATTERY and stereo front-facing speakers,dual amplifiers,audio adapter with THX certified DAC
- NETFLIX HDR AND DOLBY DIGITAL PLUS 5.1: the first smartphone to support premium video and audio for Netflix. *Netflix streaming membership required
- The Razer Phone is a GSM-compatible unlocked phone (AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) and will not work with CDMA carriers (Verizon, Sprint, etc.). Android 8.1 included.
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The things it does well:
1. The 1440p 120Hz screen is gorgeous. It is butter smooth in video and especially if the games are tuned to it. It’s got great color reproduction and it is bright enough.
2. The speakers. The best I’ve ever heard on a cellphone. At max volume there is little distortion and it fills a small to medium sized room pretty easily.
3. The battery. 4000 mW battery easily lasts the day and I got nearly 4 hours with the 120Hz screen settings.
4. The feel and heft of the phone. It’s a solid phone with good size and weight. It feels durable.
5. The fingerprint reader/power button. It’s responsive and fast.
6. It’s responsive. The Razer has the same high end processor used by all the top end Android phone makers.
7. The price. At $699 it undercuts quite a bit of the competition
8. MicroSD card slot
Now the bad:
1. The cameras are at best average. Focus, white balance, and overall color balance can be quite off on many shots. I don’t know how much can be fixed by a software update.
2. The buttons. It is hard to tell where the power button is just by feeling. The volume buttons are too mushy.
3. The heat. On everyday tasks this won’t be a problem but playing games can be. It could get uncomfortable to hold within the first hour or two of playing games
4. MicroSD card on same tray as sim
5. No headphone jack. Depends on how much u care. A shame not to have one as it appears to have a nice DAC
6. This is a big phone. Period.
7. The price is still more than the OnePlus 5T by $200 which is the best bang for your buck
That is point I liked and didn’t like about this phone but it shows great potential
You can look up the specs on the Razer site: Snapdragon 835 w/ 8GB RAM, 64GB Internal memory with expansion slot, 120 Hz 5.7 inch 1440 x 2560 screen, dual 12MP camera, 4000 mAh battery, Android 7.1.1 (as of Mar 2018), Nova Launcher pre-installed. Pretty good specs on paper.
I consider myself a heavy user, I listen to podcasts or stream music all day at work as well as on my hour drive to and from work. I play games on the phone, like Hearthstone, Eternal and Arena of Valor, on breaks. I keep a charger with me but I have only had to use it once at work since I bought the phone a month ago. Even though I have added a 64GB micro SD card I'm just barely at the half way mark on the phones internal storage, though I don't take a lot of pictures regularly, mileage might vary on that. The dual speakers sound amazing, they're loud for phone speakers and they don't get crackly when the volume is all the way up. The equalizer is very intuitive and super customizable for all different types of listening preferences. I use Bluetooth at work for listening and when going from a Nexus 6P to this phone there is a noticeable difference in the sound quality. Not sure what tech Razer used but the sound, even through Bluetooth, is so much more clear and base hits harder. The screen is beautiful, super responsive and sharp as a tack. I've watched videos, played games and read comics on the phone and haven't run into anything that doesn't look amazing. One of my favorite parts about this phone, there is almost no pre-installed bloat wear.
There are a lot of software tweaks that can be adjusted based on personal preference. There's three power modes: Performance, Power Saver and Custom. The Performance mode seems to drain the battery a little quicker (hasn't been an issue yet) but you get the full power of the phone. The custom mode is basically Power Saver unless the phone detects that you're using specific apps that you have designated. Out of the box the screen is in 90Hz mode and you can choose between 30Hz, 90Hz or 120Hz depending on what you want to phone to do. I have had the screen on 120Hz since the day I started using it. There is a night mode which gives the screen a yellow tint during the hours of sunset to sunup based on location data.
I'm sure there are things about the phone I forgot to include in this review but my overall opinion is that this is a really good phone. It's flagship priced but it's also flagship performance. If I had to make the choice again, I would buy it all over again.
As for the video quality, it is indeed phenomenal, as is the sound quality. These were the second and third qualities that attracted me to the Razer. I could not believe the difference when I fired it up, and that was with the default settings of 90 MHz. I even got a little dizzy right at first because of the image clarity. The sound is also quite good, but don't expect it to be your go-to, standalone sound system at parties. It's still just a phone, and the sound quality is best experienced with minimal background noise and the speakers facing you directly; but the clarity is outstanding in this configuration. Connected to a Bluetooth or other speaker, the sound quality is still there. It adds considerable depth and breadth to the sound of my car's crappy OEM head unit and speakers.
As others have stated, the camera app does indeed suck. I haven't tried the Google camera app yet, but based on the recommendation of other reviewers I will give it a go. Hopefully, Razer will release the promised update with the move to Oreo because the hardware capabilities are there to shoot some respectable photos.
Another complaint I have about the phone are the pointy corners. I assume they had to maximize space in order to fit the battery, but for a device designed to be held in landscape mode for lengthy stretches of time, it gets to be quite uncomfortable pretty quickly. The case I purchased, which is hard rubber makes this a little better, but it can still get uncomfortable. And make no mistake about it; it's a massive phone. Even with a screen that's a little bit smaller than the Note 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, it's still quite a bit heavier. I'm sure this is also related to the battery, and time will tell whether the trade off is worth it. One benefit is that if you can chunk the Razer at would-be attackers and do some serious damage.
Finally, the software does seem a little buggy. The screen blanks occasionally, and random apps seem to launch on their own. And while it's the trend of industry, the departure from hard to soft buttons is taking some getting used to. I do like the placement of the power button on the side, and the finger print reader works pretty well, though sometimes I just want to look at my lock screen notifications, but I end up unlocking the device instead. Despite all this, it's still an improvement over my Note 5, which after numerous software updates had numerous gremlins.
Overall, I'm happy with my purchase. It offers most of what I need and with a couple of key software updates, has the potential to over everything. However, if camera quality or lightweight design are key features for you, I'd look elsewhere.
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