Most anticipated Razer Phone to be launched in Singapore on November 23

The most anticipated smartphone from the gaming firm Razer will be available in Singapore from tomorrow (November 23). Singapore is the first country in Asia where Razer is launching its phone.

Tan Min Liang, Razer’s co-founder and chief executive officer, in a statement, said, “While we founded Razer in California, US, I'm a Singaporean still and I'm very excited to make Singapore the first country in Asia to release the Razer Phone.”

This smartphone will be launched at the Singtel booth during the Sitex 2017 consumer electronics fair, which starts from November 23 at the Singapore Expo. Singtel is the exclusive telco partner for the Razer Phone.

Singapore is the first country in Asia where Razer is launching its phone.
Singapore is the first country in Asia where Razer is launching its phone. Photo courtesy: Razer zone

The smartphone will also be sold at Razer's Singapore online store from December 1 at SGD1,068 (without contract) with a delivery waiting time of between three to seven days. Customers who pre-ordered the Razer Phone from Singtel will be notified via SMS by early next month on when to pick up the phone.

The Razer Phone is equipped with diverse features, including a 120Hz display that enables smooth graphics with minimal screen tearing or lag when running compatible games. The company has partnered with gaming companies, such as Tencent and Square Enix, to optimise mobile games for the Razer Phone's display.

It also features a large 4,000mAh battery with a quick charging feature that rapidly replenishes the phone's battery.

Razor Phone has already been launched in US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Denmark and Sweden on November 17.

 

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