Where to buy the Razer Phone in the US


Packed with high-end features, including a large 120Hz display (in a first for the US market), the Razer Phone is launching on November 17 for $699.99 - a price worthy of all the advanced features that the device is offering. As you probably know, this is Razer's very first smartphone, and while it may be made for gamers, it will likely serve you well regardless of what type of user you are.



 



But where can the Razer Phone be bought? Well, online, the handset will be sold via Razer's own website (see the source link below to reserve the phone), as well as via Amazon. Interestingly, the new smartphone will also be found in select Microsoft Stores across the US. Razer is selling many products via Microsoft Stores - including gaming laptops running Windows, plus accessories - so it's not that weird for its phone to be available there, even if this is an Android device.



 



The Razer Phone will be offered unlocked. Unfortunately, it looks like the handset will be compatible only with carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, so folks wanting to use it on Verizon or Sprint are out of luck (at least for the beginning). 



 



Do you plan to buy the Razer Phone anytime soon? Let us know in the comments below!  




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

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20 Comments

1. FoxDavis

Posts: 60; Member since: Jul 12, 2012

I want to take a serious look at this phone before I make a final decision on my phone purchase.

2. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

Yup. The handset is seriously tempting me too. But would have to see it in person first.

3. FoxDavis

Posts: 60; Member since: Jul 12, 2012

haha, me too. Want to play with a few phones before I cough out even $400 bucks. Even the Essential phone is looking better, if they get some issues fixed. But the price is dropping almost every week. :)

4. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

Yeah, bruh... But the Razor phone shouldn't really be compared with the Essential phone as Razor definitely isn't going for looks, but for practicality. Those big bezels do house powerful speakers and also provides better grip to the handset for hassle-free gaming. They're both quite different handsets, aimed at different types of consumers.

5. Avieshek unregistered

Seems perfect from the very first generation but would let it go. Let's see their atleast 2nd generation and whether the camera makes a surprise improvement.

15. coogerjr

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 05, 2017

I doubt it. This isn't a mass market phone like an iphone, galaxy or pixel device. This is a phone targeted at a niche group of individuals. The camera quality just isn't in the budget and not high enough on the list of priorities Razer has for their target to really be much better than mediocre

6. GreenMan

Posts: 2697; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

Allow me: 01. Sizable battery. Check. 02. Big display with standard 16:9 aspect. Check. 03. Metallic, durable body. Check. 04. 120Hz display. Check. 05. Lots of RAM. Check. 06. Really fast charging. Check. 07. Camera with tiny aperture. Check 08. Affordable price. Check, I guess? 09. Front mounted stereo speakers. Double check! 10. 3.5mm jack. Uncheck. 11. AMOLED panel. Uncheck. 12. Appeal. Uncheck (Girls will think you're a dork!) 13. 13 is cursed! Lets move to 14. 14. Lightweight. Uncheck. And there you have it! A geek's fantasy! About time someone filled that niche! When we have gaming PCs, gaming laptops, why not a gaming smartphone, eh? Oh well, G'Day!

7. DoggyDangerous

Posts: 1028; Member since: Aug 28, 2015

Well said! You have closed an ocean in a pot.

8. ph00ny

Posts: 2025; Member since: May 26, 2011

IGZO panels are comparable to OLED panels in a lot of ways.

13. worldpeace

Posts: 3127; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

Except in contrast ratio and response time

10. Romantico3pe

Posts: 179; Member since: Sep 14, 2015

I hate oled displays so this is actually good for me

9. cleatglitch

Posts: 162; Member since: May 25, 2013

im done fo the year...note eight & x...im gud

11. aegislash

Posts: 1475; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

Same here. Until the Galaxy S9 rumors start, I won't even be thinking about my next phone. Note8 and iPhone X are all I need for now.

12. rsiders

Posts: 1934; Member since: Nov 17, 2011

Haha Sprint and Verizon suck. Glad we get the most options on GSM networks. This phone might be the one for me if they make the right adjustments to the camera. The display, RAM, and speakers are enough already though.

14. suzimatola

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 05, 2017

Yes… I just turned 68 yr. today, 11/05/49 I want a Razer Phone please

16. LiLLicky

Posts: 88; Member since: Oct 27, 2017

Actually iphone is for old dudes.

17. Gavii2000

Posts: 19; Member since: Sep 23, 2013

By the spec. It supports LTE Band 25,26,41. Which are Sprint bands. It Would Be Big Mistake if Its Not Gonna work on Sprint or Verizon. They Could Double Their Sales. Its an Amazing Phone But They Can't Expect Everyone to Switch Carriers. BTW Sony Is Making The Same Mistake and Huawei.

18. Brewski

Posts: 671; Member since: Jun 05, 2012

How Long Does It Take You To Type All Your Messages? Also, You Missed Few Words...

19. Gavii2000

Posts: 19; Member since: Sep 23, 2013

It took a long time. I typed on a Fire HD 10.

20. Chuck007

Posts: 1410; Member since: Mar 02, 2014

Anyone know why Razer is able to the fingerprint scanner on the side? Sony have been trying to enable their fingerprint scanners on their devices for years to no avail. So Razer is getting away with this because they are a US company? How anti-competitive can this get?

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