Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 21st May 2018 00:04 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless

When contemplating who’d be a major player in the Android smartphone business, the gaming hardware giant Razer probably doesn’t come to mind. While they have yet to establish themselves as a reliable smartphone provider, Razer’s first attempt did not at all seem like it was their first time dabbling into Android, likely because much of their engineering team came from Nextbit. Razer leveraged their status in gaming hardware to appeal to those who game, and those who game hold high refresh rate monitors in high regard. So Razer put one on a smartphone.

This article takes a close look at the Razor phone's display, which is rather unique among Android phones for its 120Hz refresh rate (iPhones have 120Hz displays as well).

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by AaronMiller on Mon 21st May 2018 06:16 UTC
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iPhones don’t have 120hz display refresh rates as far as I’m aware. Did you mean the iPad Pro? Maybe you meant the iPhone X’s 120hz touch input thing?

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by Bill Shooter of Bul on Mon 21st May 2018 17:34 UTC in reply to "nani"
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