The 30th SEA Games that is taking place in the Philippines next year has included esports as an official event. The announcement was made by the Philippines South East Asian Games Organising Committee (PhilSGOC) in partnership with the Philippine Olympic Committee and Razer as the official esports partner.
The Razer Phone is the ultimate smartphone for gaming. It has a 5.7″ Quad HD display with a fluid 120Hz refresh rate and a pair of front-facing stereo speakers that are enhanced by Dolby Atmos. If this is the device you’re looking for, you’ll be happy to know that you can get one for under RM3,000 in Malaysia.
The Razer Phone hasn’t even been out for a solid month yet, and already people want to see how well it can stand up to some punishment. Of course, it’s only natural for people to want to put a phone through its paces when it’s released, and YouTube channel JerryRigEverything did just that.
It’s no secret that Razer is coming out with a smartphone of their own. After acquiring Nexbit earlier this year, the gaming brand will be announcing its first smartphone early next month.
If you’re looking for raw performance for gaming, the upcoming Razer phone will feature top of the line specs with more RAM than most flagship smartphones in the market.
Razer kicked off the year with an impressive showing at CES 2017 when they demonstrated several cool concepts including the triple 4K display gaming laptop dubbed Project Valerie (that was, unfortunately, stolen). Now, the company looks to be breaking new ground and expanding their reach into the mobile space following Razer’s acquisition of Nextbit — the company famous for their “unlimited” storage smartphone.
Local G-shock fanatics are probably already dropping the Nabu into their online carts. Weeks after being announced at CES 2016, Razer’s first “smartwatch” is now available on our shores. The manufacturer has not had a lot of luck in the wearable segment, with their first, the Razer Nabu X falling short of expectations.
But will, this time, be any different?