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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mltan, Dec 30, 2014.
You guys should partner up with Lian Li again and make an O11 XL Razer Edition.
Not a XL one but there's allready an O11 made in partnership with Razer
Personally, I've had burn-in on all the amoled phone displays that I've owned, my screen is always set to turn off after 1 minute and the brightness was never high. The phones always burnt in on the notification bar and the ones without face buttons burnt in android's UI buttons. I use my phones a lot and have been through many; Samsung, Asus, HP even lol. I've had my Razer Phone 2 for almost a year now and I feel the LCD IGZO display is a strength in the same way the iPhone XR's screen is, no risk of burn in. and for someone who uses their phone often and wants to keep using their device for a long time this is huge for me. Not to mention it's also 120hz The only thing I really want to see different in a RP3 would be, higher end processor (SD855+ or top end current gen chip), more RAM is always great. Better image processing software would be nice, 128GB+ internal storage is a must, and always put the largest capacity battery possible in the device. keep everything else the same though. water resistance, great camera sensors, excellent design language. I love the fact that my friends think my phone is awesome and high tech, while the older generation doesn't scoff at what looks like a toy in my hands *cough ROG*
Also expandable storage.
I was really close to purchasing the ASUS ROG Phone II since it was near perfect and had everything I wanted on a phone: a headphone jack, dual front facing stereo speakers, high refresh rate, and the option for near stock UI.
The reason why I didn't purchase it was because ASUS didn't look like they were going to support VoLTE, which is important since all carriers in the United States will require phones to have it in order to make a phone call. With that said, I'm back into looking at the possibility of buying the Razer Phone 3.
What I'm hoping for, since it's a phone I am talking about here, is the support of as many network bands as possible. This ensures that the phone will be compatible on as many carriers as possible. Another is the simple addition of the headphone jack, I know that Razer is capable of adding this feature and I don't care how my phone is slightly thicker and bigger since it beats bringing a dongle around and a bigger and thicker phone usually has bigger battery anyway. Lastly, since it is a "gaming phone", I think it would be a good idea to support ARCore and Google Stadia. As a bonus, I think it would be great to see more software optimizations by working together with game developers to improve performance in the phone.
P.S. Might as well wait for the Snapdragon 865 since the Snapdragon 855 is really old at this point.
Lastly, the very least I could ask for is don't be a Chinese Communist Party sellout. I've seen this with the NBA and with Blizzard Entertainment where they were willing to look the other way when it came to human rights just to make a profit. If Razer has to work with Tencent then please keep two separate editions like ASUS did: one with Tencent bloatware/spy-ware and another which is clean and near stock. I'm willing to spend extra money just to keep my privacy and avoid having my data stolen by the Chinese Communist Party.
I would really love to see a new wireless Naga. Ideally, the Trinity version. The side panels were a really great addition (though, I'd personally like the classic hex panel to be added, but it's not high on the priorities list), and if this mouse comes in a wireless edition, that would be fantastic.
I'm interested in a Razer Phone 3 with 5G and it would be a great idea to do a collaboration with Google for the upcoming Google Stadia platform. I would also be interested in a Google Play Edition if it meant getting a clean stock Android OS and timely updates.
As a gamer and power user, I highly recommend the addition of a dedicated headphone jack and I really don't care how much larger the phone becomes or how thicker the bezels are if it meant getting this feature back. A larger phone means a larger battery anyway. Razer owns THX and I can only imagine how great a THX certified DAC would be on the phone.
An option to UNMAP a button on the controller as i play on default and dont need to be panic knifing ha
I wish again a Razer Winter collection - Jacket, Hoodie, Scarf, Beanie, Gloves and other winter products from Razer
That would be amazing !!!!
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