Razer’s Android-Powered Gaming Phone Sighted With 8GB Of RAM

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Razer’s Android-Powered Gaming Phone Sighted With 8GB Of RAM

An apparent Android phablet from Razer that’s believed to be its upcoming gaming phone was spotted in the database of mobile benchmarking tool GFXBench earlier today, with its listing detailing many possible specs of the device expected to target a rather niche segment of the handset market. According to the GFXBench profile that can be

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