Sumera B Reshi
Recently, I came across a very brainy quote which says, “Never lose hope, and keep the faith”. Very inspirational isn’t it? This quote often boosts my morale when the life sinks my hopes. But I also came across another similar quote with a slight change. The quote says, “Never lose hope, and keep the gadget”. Well in our times’ gadgets are an intrinsic part of lives. If not the basic needs but gadgets satisfy our Meta needs. Maybe we can go without a breakfast, but it is very hard to leave our phone on the dining table or in a bedroom.
In today’s world, none of us can do without gadgets. We need a phone, a laptop, USB etc. in our daily lives like we need bread and butter. Our needs never end, nor our hopes. I remember people were waiting for iPhone X eagerly as it came with extra features which were not present in the previous iPhones. The pompousness of iPhone X is over, we now have the Razor Phone out in the gadget market. Razor phone was designed to play Netflix in HDR (High Dynamic Range). Razor Phone has a distinction of being able to render the streaming giant’s HDR content and first to offer both HDR10 and Dolby Digital 5.1 support. This will be the first phone to play Netflix in HDR with Dolby 5.1 surround sound. Moreover, Razor phone is a Dolby certified device with crazy loudspeakers.
The handset has 5.7 inches sharp IGZO LCD display with 2560×1440 pixels high-resolution screen backed by UltraMotion. Its 120Hz refresh rate will also make for smooth playback but with less gaming opportunity. Also, the gadget will have improved camera, theme store and security patches. It has 8GB dual channel (LPDDR4, 1866 MHz) memory, 64GB UFS internal storage and the option to use a microSD (class 10, 2TB max.), the Razor Phone comes with 12MP dual cameras, and one 8MP front camera. A 4000 mAh lithium-ion battery guarantees all the systems have the energy needed to run.
According to Razor Phone office, the gadget will provide a better audio experience on the handset or through virtual surround headphone. “We are incredibly excited to deliver Netflix entertainment on a smartphone like never before, enabling us to take a full measure of the Razer Phone’s HDR10-enabled display and dual-firing, front-facing Dolby-optimized speakers and THX-certified headphone connectivity,” said Razor officials.
The over-the-air (OTA) update is available for existing Razer Phones and the new Netflix app will be loaded in advance on all additional handsets from the manufacturer in future – including, perhaps, the much-rumoured Razer Phone 2.
The company was founded in 2005 and dual-headquartered in San Francisco and Singapore, Razer has nine offices worldwide and is recognized as the leading brand for gamers in the USA, Europe and China.
So are you ready to embrace Razor Phone instead of iPhone?