The Razer Phone now comes with a free Leviathan Mini Bluetooth speaker (limited time offer)

Released last month as the first smartphone in the US to sport ascreen with a 120Hz refresh rate, the Razer Phone is certainly a handset toconsider buying if you're looking for something a bit different. Of course, its$699.99 price isn't for everyone, but maybe Razer's current promotional offerwill broaden the phone's appeal.

Update: Razer says that, "due to overwhelming response," it has extended its limited time promotion until December 21 - that's today, so you still have a bit of time to score a free Bluetooth speaker.

Today and tomorrow only (December 18 and 19), Razer is givingaway a Leviathan Mini Bluetooth speaker - pictured below - with every RazerPhone sold in the US. The Razer Leviathan Mini normally costs $179.99 (toughit's currently available at a discounted price of $99.99), so it's obviously anice accessory to receive for free. To get the free Bluetooth speaker, you'llhave to add the Razer Phone to your cart (on Razer's official website - see the source link below), and use the promo code PHLVLUP at checkout.


The Razer Phone is unlocked and works on GSM/LTE carrierslike AT&T and T-Mobile. The handset runs Android 7 Nougat, but it will beupdated to Android 8 Oreo sometime in the first quarter of 2018 - thus, in thecoming months. You can take a closer look at the device in our Razer Phonereview.


source: Razer 

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  • Display 5.7" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, Octa-core, 2450 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 4000 mAh



1. piyath

Posts: 2445; Member since: Mar 23, 2012

Still..... not worth it. Come again next year Razer.

2. gamehead unregistered

I could care less for speakers. Give us a case and earbuds option

3. dufis

Posts: 79; Member since: Jun 27, 2014

pls come again :D

4. Whitedot

Posts: 893; Member since: Sep 26, 2017

At least you tried Razer.

5. quintessential

Posts: 86; Member since: Mar 11, 2015

Razer sure likes to think people are stupid enough to believe their words when Common Sense will tell you these are sugarcoated statements. Let's see: 1. When they first released the phone in Singapore, they offered the Hammerhead headset bundle worth $229 as an exclusive for the first 200 customers who bought the phone. Turns out during the launch day, they were still readily available (which meant less than 200 sets were sold) and days later, they extended the offer claiming it was "Due to overwhelming response". If its due to overwhelming response, the offer should be closed, so why are 100+ Hammerhead bundles still up for grabs? (LOL) 2. When the camera was rated disastrously by almost every reviewer out there, Razer came up with a software update, and claimed that their camera was really well-loved by their fans, it was so good and simple to use, and the update was meant to make it even better. ( seriously LOL) 3. So now they put up the Leviathan speaker bundle for 2 days hoping people would buy the Razer phone. Apparently, it seems this marketing attempt has failed, which is why they are extending the offer again since stocks are still available. Again they use the words "overwhelming response". Seriously? (LOL) Are they taking people for fools? Someone at the PR department needs to be fired for lacking common sense.

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