After the launch of the Honor Play by Huawei's sub-brand, the Chinese company may be on track to launch another gaming phone this year under the main Huawei brand. Jim Xu, the president of Huawei's consumer business, has said in an interview that Huawei will be launching a gaming phone this year, as well as
Every year, smartphones follow their own set of trends. And while the trends a few years ago five years ago may seem a bit 'basic' today, they certainly were iconic for their time. Using a touch-screen smartphone with your fingers is completely normal today, but back in 2007 when the original Apple iPhone showed the
Asus ROG (Republic of Gamers) is known for its high-end range of gaming laptops. Now rumors have surfaced that Asus is working on a ROG gaming smartphone, which the company is planning to launch at its ROG event in Taiwan exhibition Computex on June 5. If launched, the smartphone will be competing with the likes
Popular gaming laptop, peripherals and smartphone maker Razer has announced a launch event on May 22. There was no indication of a new product launch by Razer, so not much information is available about what will be launched. The poster of the event teases a rectangular device visible from the side while sitting on what
Asus has a pedigree in gaming with its portfolio of computers under the Strix and ROG brands. Now it seems the company is planning on bringing this expertise to the smartphone segment. Asus global CEO Jerry Shen was quoted by astig.ph as saying that the company can be expected to launch a smartphone designed for
After gaming laptops, Xiaomi is now exploring the gaming smartphone field. In fact, the Chinese smartphone maker is believed to unveil its first ever gaming phone - Black Shark - today. Xiaomi is hosting a launch event in Beijing, where the new gaming-centric smartphone is to be launched. The device is expected to rival the
Xiaomi is hosting a launch event in Beijing on April 13, where we will see the launch of a gaming-centric smartphone. Black Shark is a company owned by Xiaomi, and it is expected to launch a smartphone that will rival the Razer Phone. Ahead of the event, we may have got our first glimpse at
It s no secret that a Xiaomi-backed company is gearing up to launch a new high-end gaming smartphone. The device will be unveiled at an event in Beijing on April 13. In the run up to the event, the company has put out a teaser showing off the upcoming smartphone s design. The teaser, not
Xiaomi seems to be getting serious about gaming as a segment. The Chinese company launched its first gaming laptop with Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GTX 1060 GPU last week. Now, it is preparing to launch a smartphone aimed at gamers. Xiaomi has been rumored to be working on a gamer-centric smartphone codenamed 'Black
With the Snapdragon 835 SoC in late 2016, Qualcomm also announced the Quick Charge 4.0 charging technology. While we have already seen many smartphones working the Qualcomm chipset, the Quick Charge 4.0 support from phone makers is still poor. Samsung Galaxy S9 duo still features the Quick Charge 2.0. However, Qualcomm has now updated the
It has almost become a tradition for Razer to showcase some new prototype at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) every year. At this year s event, Razer has showcased what it calls Project Linda, which is a companion piece of hardware for its recently launched Razer Phone. Effectively, Project Linda is a dock for the
Every year we see new innovations, and trends in the smartphone world. Among the various new technologies introduced, OEMs also concentrated on making powerful smartphones. To back up powerful processors, smartphones also need enough memory in terms of RAM and storage. This year, there have been a few smartphones launched with 8GB of RAM, which is the highest capacity available so far. Here s a look at some of these smartphones that boast 8GB of RAM.
Gaming accessories company Razer recently launched the Razer Phone . The smartphone boasts flagship features and PC-gaming technology. Priced at 699 (approximately Rs 60,000), the smartphone went on sale via Razer s online store and offline retailers. Now, the smartphone is available via Microsoft s online store as well. Carrying the price tag $699 (approximately Rs 45,400), this edition of the Razer Phone is compatible with Microsoft Launcher app, and features the green Razer logo.
Razer Phone is good news for gamers. Hardcore gaming firm Razer has launched a new smartphone that has high-end specifications and desktop gaming technology built-in. Which means, there is now a smartphone that s good for games, but that you won t be embarrassed to use it in public.
After acquiring Nextbit earlier this year, Razer is all set to unveil its first gaming-centric smartphone on November 1. However, right before the day of the launch, the smartphone made an early appearance on the UK retailer website 3G, revealing key specifications of the phone.