However, more RAM doesn't necessarily translate into better performance, it really depends on how well the entire device has been optimized and that we'll only know when Razer's first smartphone is launched.
Is Razer making a phone?
Razer could be developing a high-end smartphone catering to gamers. Recently, company's CEO Min-Liang Tan revealed that the company is indeed working on a smartphone in an interview with CNBC. If Razer finds a way to push gaming data to the cloud, it would allow gamers to have more accessible storage at all times giving them a much needed sigh of relief from deleting content in order to enjoy new content. The latter, in the pocket of his trousers, gave us a device the size and shape of a smartphone with the logo Razer.
A Razer smartphone isn't something that would materialize out of thin air. Also, it is appreciable how Razer has managed to prevent the smartphone from appearing in leaks.
As for how Razer's Nextbit acquisition plays into this phone, it may feature some of that company's cloud-based infrastructure. It was a pocket gaming device that ran on Android Lollipop when it launched.
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What can we expect from Razer's smartphone?
The Robin, although it didn't set cash counters ticking for Nextbit, was a promising device nonetheless.
Until we hear more details abut what's specifically inside the rumored Razer phone, we can only offer up a wish list of what would make an ideal mobile device for gamers.