On top of that there's a built-in adaptive UltraMotion refresh technology - co-developed with Qualcomm - which synchronises the display with the GPU for maximum smoothness. The 5.72-inch display - a Quad HD IGZO LCD - delivers vibrant and sharp images with a wide color gamut.
Other features of the phone are Dual 12 MP + 13 MP camera, f/1.75 & f/2.6 aperture lens, 8 MP autofocus front camera, 64GB internal storage, Micro SD card up to 256GB, USB-C port and USB C to 3.5mm converter as well. You aren't going to notice the difference between a 60Hz and a 120Hz refresh rate when staring at the Android lock screen, and 8GB of RAM isn't going to make Google Hangouts run more quickly. Speaking of which, Android Nougat 7.1.1 is the default, with an Oreo update coming in the spring. That refresh rate is double what you'll find on pretty much all the competition in the mobile space (apart from the iPad Pro) and should make for a pretty wonderful gaming experience.
Then there is also the 4,000mAh battery that should be enough to allow decent levels of gaming adventures.
But if you don't want to eat through that big phone battery by playing games at insane speeds, Razer has brought over another big feature from PC gaming: Choice. Mr Tan admitted he plays "a ton of games", on smartphones and that they are his go-to device for streaming content.
Razer's first phone is expected to hit the shelves on November 17th and is available for pre-order with a price point of $699. This means the device should easily handle hard tasks such as playing graphics-intensive video games and editing photos on the go.
Razer has included some of the most advanced gaming features and technology, typically found on high-end gaming consoles and gaming PCs.
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And the gaming peripheral company designed a phone that makes the focus on gaming quite readily apparent.
Is this the flawless phone for gaming? However, the Razer Phone's speakers lack a solid bass response, and tend to crack and distort pretty noticeably at near-maximum volume - which is a good thing that it's louder than most flagships even at only 50 per cent volume.
Dave Dyson, CEO at Three UK, said: "My ambition is always to innovate in ways that deliver better experiences to our customers and a partnership with Razer is a flawless fit". Not only is the device fine-tuned for gamers but it will also be of appeal to customers looking for a best of breed entertainment device, thanks to its stunning display and great audio quality.
Mark Gardiner, head of products, services and logistics at Three, said: "We are delighted to be partnering with Razer to be the only network in Ireland offering this premium gaming handset".
For those who like Razer's traditional luminescent colours, there will be a Limited Edition model with a bright green logo.