Is Razer about to launch a modern PlayStation Phone to take on the iPhone?

October 12, 2017
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Remember Sony’s PlayStation Phone? It was, at least on paper, the phone that could have helped Sony stand out from the crowd. Released back in 2010, the phone failed to become the gaming powerhouse some may had envisioned, and we can easily argue that the technology wasn’t there to support such a project.

Fast forward to present day and Razer, a company that makes plenty of gaming products, may be on the verge of launching something similar. It won’t be a PlayStation Phone and it won’t be a Switch killer. It surely can’t be an iPhone killer. But the company may have something exciting on its hands and we’ll soon find out what it is.

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