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The Razer Edge arrives on January 26 in Wi-Fi and 5G versions

The Razer Edge arrives on January 26 in Wi-Fi and 5G versions

The Razer Edge arrives on January 26 in Wi-Fi and 5G versions

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The Razer Edge will go on sale in the US on January 26 in partnership with Verizon. Note that there’s also a Wi-Fi-only version if you’re not a Verizon fan or don’t plan on gaming on the go.

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The Razer Edge Wi-Fi will sell for $400. The Founders Edition includes Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Headphones (2021) and costs $500. You can reserve a Wi-Fi model today at Razer.com.

Alternatively, there is the Verizon version. The retail price is $600, but you can get it for $360 ($10 per month for 36 months) for a limited time with a new contract. Another option is to buy a new 5G smartphone alongside the Razer Edge 5G, which will drop its price to $180 ($5 per month for 36 months). More details here.

The Razer Edge comes with a Kishi V2 Pro controller. It’s detachable, so it’s kind of a phone, although we’re not 100% sure it can make phone calls.

The Razer Edge arrives January 26, has Wi-Fi and 5G versions, here are the prices

Anyway, the Razer Edge is powered by the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1, which appears to be based on the Snapdragon 888. This console has active cooling, so it will be able to maintain higher levels of performance than a telephone. The chipset is paired with 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage (expandable with microSD cards up to 2TB).

What gives it an edge (heh) over the likes of the Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch is the 6.8-inch AMOLED display – it has a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels (20:9) and a refresh rate of 144Hz. For comparison, the Switch OLED has a 7-inch screen, the Steam Deck has a 7-inch LCD, but both only have 720p resolution and only work ‘at 60Hz. There’s no word on the touch sample rate, though.

The Razer Edge arrives January 26, has Wi-Fi and 5G versions, here are the prices

All versions of the Razer Edge have Wi-Fi 6E connectivity. You can use it to stream games from your PC or game console, as well as use game streaming services. Of course, the chipset is powerful enough to handle native Android games and emulation as well. The version offered by Verizon has 5G – both sub-6GHz and mmWave. 6 GHz Wi-Fi and 5G offer low latency connections for minimal lag.

There’s Bluetooth 5.2 on board and the controller has a 3.5mm headphone jack. If you don’t want to use headphones, there are 2-way speakers with THX Spatial Audio, as well as 2 microphones for voice chat. There’s also a single 5MP front camera (1080p @ 60fps video).

There’s a 5,000mAh battery inside, but there’s no word on the charging speed. The device itself weighs 264g, which rises to 5401g once you attach the controller.

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