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Razer teasing its ‘biggest unveiling’ for November 1st, likely a smartphone

Even before Razer bought out startup smartphone brand Nextbit, speculation has been flying around that the company is working on its own smartphone.

Today, the company has published a teaser on its social accounts that point to a smartphone. A very brief teaser on Razer's Twitter account today directs attention to an event taking place on November 1st.

The teaser image and site don't reveal anything specific about the device in question, but it looks like a phone. Previous reports have said that Razer is working on a phone designed for "hardcore gamers," and this teaser along with one from Nextbit's former CEO earlier this month point to that being unveiled at the event.

Since it's Razer, the phone will probably have at least one portion dominated by customizable LEDs, but it could and probably will also integrate with other devices to enable it as a gaming device.


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