Announcing the arrival of THE gaming mobile: the Razer Phone. Get ready to take gaming out on to the real world.

Here at Three, we’ve been working on a little something that we’re finally ready to share with the world. Razer, the makers of the highest-end gaming computers and accessories, have put all their expertise into a phone – and it’s only available on Three.

If you’re properly, seriously into your gaming, chances are you’ll recognise Razer for their Blade laptops, venomous snake-monikered mice and poisonous spider-named keyboards, all of which are used by professional gaming athletes the world over. So you can imagine the kind of usability, processing power and sheer thrills a company like this would put into a smartphone.

If audio, vision and play – and the power to keep it all running for longer – are important to you, then you’re going to want to investigate the kick-ass specs of the Razer Phone. You’ll be able to take your gaming beyond the lounge or bedroom and out into the rest of your day.

Can’t wait to get your hands on one?

We don’t blame you. Pre-order here and before you know it you’ll be taking your gaming out of the house and on to the newest, nextest level. We can’t wait.

The stunning screen

The Razer Phone’s Gorilla Glass 3 screen is a stonking 5.72 inches, with resolution of 1440 x 2560. Plus, the crisp display with wide colour gamut support makes everything look sharper and more lifelike.

Thanks to a feature Razer calls UltraMotion, the 120Hz display always keeps up with the speed of the movement in your game so animations and scrolling are incredibly smooth.

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A big battery that’s fast to charge

The Razer Phone boasts a huge 4,000mAh battery that’ll keep you streaming, playing and enjoying all day long. And if you need a power boost in a hurry, you can top up in just minutes with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+.

Sound that astounds 

If you’re going headphones-free, the dual front-firing speakers and amplifiers give you a theatre-like experience with Dolby Atmos. And if you’re plugging in, a stand alone THX certified digital analogue converter means no matter what headphones you plug in, you’re getting the biggest and best sound in your ears.

Razer Phone Via Razer

Big storage, powerful processing

With 8GB RAM dual-channel Snapdragon 835 system, the Razer Phone packs enough punch to keep your gaming fluid and responsive, with no stuttering.

And while it comes with an already chunky 64GB of storage, you can add up to 2TB via the SD card port, helping you carry around a LOT of games (and videos and photos) with you.