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Technology Razer teases smartphone announcement on November 1st

13:55  12 october  2017
13:55  12 october  2017 Source:   theverge.com?utm_source=MSNbanner

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And now, the company seems to be gearing up for an announcement on November 1 st , if the teaser posted to Twitter by the Razer account, which shows a man holding what appears to be a smartphone -shaped device in his hands, is anything to go by ( first spotted by 9to5Google).

It’s been speculated for some time now that Razer has been building a smartphone to appeal to gamers, especially after the acquisition of Nextbit Robin earlier this year. Now it’s looking like the fruits of that acquisition may soon come to bear on November 1 st . Razer says it will host its biggest

  Razer teases smartphone announcement on November 1st © Provided by The Verge

When Razer bought Nextbit, the question of whether or not the gaming hardware company would be releasing a phone quickly changed from “if” to “when.” And now, the company seems to be gearing up for an announcement on November 1st, if the teaser posted to Twitter by the Razer account, which shows a man holding what appears to be a smartphone-shaped device in his hands, is anything to go by (first spotted by 9to5Google).

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