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Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by Razer.WolfPack, Nov 1, 2017.
nope - 17th worldwide i believe
I heard 16 November you can pre order in US, if I’m not wrong on Reddit or here, and you guys have even options on Razer store to pre order the limited edition one.
On announcement, I think it was pre order directly at afk from three there for EU costumers.
I thought Min said the phone itself would release on the 17th; and Tested stated in their video "Preorders go up today" when they did an overview last Friday. I'm so confused.
I was also confused and tried to ordering it after the show, finally managed to get notification that mentioned “it’s only a steep away until you get the Razer Phone“ on german, happy to managed it and having a chance to get limited edition one...but seems not that easy and lucky EU pre order starting from 3rd only through Three, and order store seems starrt on 17 November, and no limited edition option on Razer EU Store that breake my heart
Yeah, the pre-order availability was and still is confusing. I spoke to the Live Chat reps, and I was basically told just wait on the email, if you already registered for notification. I'm also not confident in the speed of shipping, I was told 2-3 + 3-5 days, from what I could gather 2-3 days handling, 3-5 days shipping.
Amazon is supposed to have it as well. So I'd rather order it from there and use my Prime 2-day free shipping on Friday. Or if it's available at the Microsoft store in my limited (they mentioned "select" Microsoft stores, get it in person). The only issue is, I'm away at school. I won't be in my hometown till after my class that day, and it might be sold out by then. Or maybe I'll just take that day off, and get there sooner. @SireOblivion
Nextbit just made an announcement on their Facebook page that the Razer phone is one of their projects, and we can contact them over at Razer pages, and the site. So I hope the same individuals that were so active in the community from the Nextbit forums, come over here, and start answering inquiries for the Razer phone's lifetime.
YES I'M ALL FOR THIS YES YES YES
I really want that phone!
wish i have the money to buy this treasure
Its not expensive at all
on the fence .... want one .... but ... not sure if ready .... lol
I'm getting mixed reports about battery life, it's kinda scarring me (to invest into buying one).
Tom's Guide says battery life is really not that good,Expert reviews says the same thing .
Recombu says battery life is pretty good, Wccftech says battery life is excellent .
why no reply from him?
en peru donde lo encuentro**?
Looking for a new phone this one is on my radar
Asta manana Amigo I think you’re asking the availability in Peru, right? First order starting on 17 November in US and EU, after that to some Razer Stores but still no ETA. The best for you is get it your friend in US and send or bring it to you, since there is only North American stores there.
You can return it if the battery life far shorter than Min advertised (like 9 hours gaming etc) on keynote it not acceptable for 4000mAh phone. It could be also software issue (since it has game booster, screen manuall settings options etc), that could be fixed by update.
This looks better than other phones!!
Aw no naga phone which was teased 4 yrs ago?
If it was really designed like that it should be more durable than a nokia 3310!
A phone for rampaging gamers.
They bought Nexbit not Nokia It’ll be awesome to have phone that could have mouse or a gamepad function for laptop on the go though.
It depends on the tests they made. Out of the box, the screen has adaptive technology which automatically adjusts its refresh rate depending on what's happening on the screen. So if they deliberately set it to 120 Hz and let the screen on until the battery dies, the drain would definitely show a higher rate than when it is set to the standard 60 Hz. If you let the adaptive technology do its work in everyday use, I don't think you'll get a problem with battery life. Especially when the phone is idle, it shouldn't take up too much power in that state. However, I am not certain with my claims as I haven't personally tested or used the phone. They still make sense though, well at least for me.
In the mall today, three shop had one on display… couldn't pick it up as it was on lock diggedy, but got to glide and slide on it… also changed it from 60 to 120 hz and could see the difference
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