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The first reason robot vacuum cleaners pull on you and force you to consider buying one is the basic thought that it takes one of your chores away. But what makes you give a robot vacuum a second look is when it can give you what you need in a floor cleaner while also cleaning your floors effectively, such as the dser RoboGeek 20T

The RoboGeek includes things not found on other vacuums in its price range, such as an onboard holder for the remote. And still, it goes back to basics and cleans your floors well, and that’s what makes you glad that you gave it more than just two looks.

Introducing the RoboGeek 20T Robot Vacuum Cleaner

If you’re just starting out with robotic vacuums, the dser RoboGeek 20T makes a fantastic choice. It will give you everything you’re looking for in a first robot vacuum. It’s easy to use, will clean independently, and will do a great job.

As with many robot vacuum cleaners, it works on most flooring. That’s always important to me, as most of my flooring is either laminated or tile. I only have carpeting in my bedroom. And at nearly 20 years old, that’s on its way out later this year as well. But the RoboGeek 20T does a great job keeping it clean in the meantime.

Setting Up the dser RoboGeek 20T

Inside the box, it comes with the vacuum itself, a remote, side brushes, the charging dock, a filter, a cleaning brush, and boundary tape. It also comes with cable ties for you to tie up your loose cords and get them out of the way of the vacuum.

To prepare to use the vacuum for the first time, plug the adapter into the charging dock and place it against the wall. You want to have it on a flat surface and against the wall, with at least six feet in front of it and three feet on either side. Just to show dser truly thinks of everything, there is even a spot in the base where you can store the extra length of cord after you plug it into the wall.

You will need to install the side brushes on the bottom of the vacuum. You will only need two. The others are extra. They simply snap onto the bottom. This is standard in most robot vacuum cleaners. While it’s upside down, activate the vacuum by turning the switch on.

To charge the RoboGeek vacuum, place it in the charging dock, making sure the contacts on the dock match up with the ones underneath the vacuum. You will hear a series of tones when it matches up correctly.

The remote fits nicely in the top of the charger while it awaits use. The button will blink orange while it’s charging. Once it’s ready to go, it will turn blue.

Using the dser RoboGeek 20T

Press the power button on the top of the vacuum to wake the vacuum and take it out of standby mode. Press it a second time to start cleaning. Alternatively, you can hit the “AUTO” button on the remote.

Before you start cleaning, you need to make sure everything is off the floor, and this is where the cable ties come in. You need to either put the boundary tape down where you don’t want the vacuum to go or block it off in some way. Personally, I just put physical barriers up after watching a different robot cleaner go down the stairs. They are designed to detect such things and to not do that, but if the contacts get dirty, they can fall.

There are multiple different modes for cleaning, and these are accessible through the remote. In all, when the vacuum reaches carpeting or a hard-to-clean patch of flooring, it will increase its suction. Note that in the picture above, the vacuum has not peeled the paint off the wood flooring. That is really tile that looks like that by design.

Auto cleaning: the vacuum will move independently around your home and clean the entire level it is placed on, switching directions as is warranted.

Spot cleaning: the vacuum will spiral outward in a three-foot diameter circle and then spiral back inward to intensely clean one area.

Edge cleaning: the vacuum will move around the edges of cabinets, furniture, etc., with its right edge and clean very close to the edge and in the corners.

Single room cleaning: the vacuum will intensely clean one room for thirty minutes if you close the door or block it off and place it in this mode.

Max cleaning: the vacuum cleans more deeply in this mode.

Manual cleaning: the vacuum will move about and clean by your direction only by pressing on the arrow keys and play and pause.

You can also set a schedule to have the dser RoboGeek vacuum the floors on its own at a scheduled time.

I found all cleaning modes to work as described and appreciated that there were a few more modes, unlike other robot vacuums I have used, such as max cleaning and single room cleaning. It worked well on my three different types of flooring: carpet, tile, and laminate.

For the Auto cleaning mode, the robot vacuum move in a specific direction until it about to reach the wall, then it turns and move in another direction. Unlike the higher end robot vacuum that maps out your house layout and move in a systematic manner, this vacuum moves in a random way.

Despite that, this dser robot vacuum is still able to pick up nearly everything that was on the floor — dirt, dust, and dog hair. If there was something larger on the floor, such as larger than a quarter, the vacuum would not pick it up, making it the same as other vacuums I have tried.

As promised, the vacuum slowed down when it reached an area that needed a deeper clean. I have either never had that before, or the slowness was never that dramatic of a difference for me to notice. This is a great feature. In fact, I found that it wouldn’t leave an area until it was clean. This is also something I have not found before. I would often grow frustrated waiting for the vacuum to go back to a spot I felt needed more care and would manually move the vacuum back there. But I never had to do that with the RoboGeek.

While the basic cleaning is the same as other robot vacuums in its price range, it’s the extras that make the dser RoboGeek shine. While the basic cleaning is the same, I didn’t have to move the vacuum on my own to cover the spots that needed a deeper clean. I did less work.

When the vacuum is through cleaning, it will return to its charger on its own. If it runs out of battery before it’s done, it will also return to its charger.

If there isn’t a clear path to the charger and it can’t “see” it, it will get confused and won’t be able to return. At that point you have to manually put it back in its charger. Really the only negative for me is that I have a hard time getting it back on the contacts the right way. Not that I struggle a long time with it, but I’m just never sure between the lights and the beeping if it’s on right, and there have been times where it wasn’t fully charged because of that.

Either way, you need to put it in standby mode when it’s done. Do this by holding down the power button until the power indicators turn off.

With the vacuum in standby mode, you’ll want to empty the dust bin. This is another place where the RoboGeek shines. With other vacuums you have to shake them or stick your fingers in them to get all the dirt out. But with the RoboGeek, after you slide the dust bin out, it opens up via a clamshell design to easily dump out the dirt.

There are also other tasks that must be done regularly to clean and maintain the robot vacuum. The filter, extractors, brushes, wheels, and sensors need to be cleaned and maintained.


The dser RoboGeek 20T robot vacuum is currently offered at $199.99, placing it mid-range. It’s a little higher priced than those budget unknown brands, but it’s lower than the cheapest iRobot Roomba.

Final Thoughts

Again, the dser RoboGeek 20T robot vacuum gives you everything you are looking for in a vacuum and does it all well. You will never feel like it has not cleaned your floors adequately. There are so many extras that it provides above other robot vacuums and just has that one nagging difficulty of lining it up on its charger.

For the price point of just under $200, you may be challenged to find a vacuum with so many extras. I was challenged to find an appropriate rating. As far as the basic cleaning function, it’s average, with with the extra modes, features, and accessories, it deserved a higher rating.

Laura Tucker

Laura has spent nearly 20 years writing news, reviews, and op-eds, with more than 10 of those years as an editor as well. She has exclusively used Apple products for the past three decades. In addition to writing and editing at MTE, she also runs the site’s sponsored review program.

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Xiaomi Robot Vacuum X10+ Review


Automatic hands-free cleaning

2.5l water tanks

Customisable clean-ups


Large charging base

3D mapping limited

Hard to move after set-up

Our Verdict

The Xiaomi X10+ makes automated hands-free cleaning a reality, but you’ll need a tidy and spacious home to make the most of this tech.  

The X10+ is not yet available to buy in the US or the UK – unless you’re able to find a retailer that has imported it. It will become more widely available in the coming months.

Xiaomi may have called the X10+ a robot vacuum, but, in reality, it is more of an automatic, hands-free floor cleaning system.

What does this actually mean?

Once you set up the X10+, all you need to do is periodically refill the clean water tank, empty the dirty water tank, and change the disposable bag. The X10+ does everything else.

There are caveats to this. As with all robot vacuums, particularly those that mop, you need a fair amount of clear floor space to make it worthwhile. If your home is cluttered, it’s not going to work. Likewise, if your ground floor is a carve-up with different flooring heights and a step or two between rooms, you’ll get less from it.

But if you have a neat, orderly, and fairly open-plan home, with a decent amount of hard flooring, the X10+ will take a lot of regular floor maintenance tasks off your hands.     

Let’s see what you get.

What’s in the box?

The first thing you notice is that the box is heavy: over 11kg, or 28lbs, so be prepared for that. Most of this weight, a good 8.3kg of it, is the white plastic Omni station, which is the charging base and holds the two 2.5l water tanks, the 2.5l disposable dust bag, and the cleaning tray.  

There are two buttons on the front: one for power and to start a clean, and another to dock and set the child lock, and an indicator to show charging status, errors, or the Wi-Fi status. Under the cover of the robot, there’s a reset button, dust compartment and Wi-Fi indicator.  


Choose a location before setup

QR code for quick start

3D mapping

However, once you place the Omni station, put the robot in to charge and fill the clean water tank, you can’t move it from this point, and as the mopping facility relies on the robot drawing water from the station tank, you can’t really take the robot to another floor to mop.

So, if you are looking for a mopping robot that you can move between floors of your home, you might want to think about a robot with a clip-in tank. 

Then it’s time to connect to Wi-Fi. Download the Xiaomi app (the QR code is in both the manual and the quick start guide) and set up your profile. Then you add the device and follow the instructions on your phone. We found this process simple and straightforward, although if you are not that tech-savvy, you might need additional help. 

You then get a prompt to create the quick map. This is where the robot vacuum uses its LDS and line laser sensors to generate a map of your floor, which forms the basis for its cleaning manoeuvring. The mapping feature is impressive; it also generates 3D mapping, but our experience was that it didn’t put in obstacles, so it seemed a little pointless. At this point, you can adjust the map, relabel rooms, set virtual walls and restricted areas.      

Alex Greenwood / Foundry

Then it’s time to start cleaning.


4 suction levels (up to 4000Pa)

2.5cm climbing ability but can be hit and miss

Noisy auto-emptying

You get four suction levels with the X10+: silent, standard, strong and turbo, which makes the most of the 4000Pa suction. We did our first test on standard, and felt we needed something stronger for our dust and crumbs. Strong seemed to work for our floor with the majority being hard flooring, both tile and engineered wood, with an additional small, carpeted room. For pet dander on carpet, you’d probably need to rely on turbo, although this still won’t pull out years of vacuuming neglect from your carpet.

You can set the robot to vacuum the whole floor, a particular room or set of rooms or a certain zone within a room. We were puzzled at first as the in-app “pause” button has been mislabelled “paused”, which makes you think the cleaning has stopped when it hasn’t. Cue: repetitive pressing of the pause button, trying to un-pause a non-paused cleaning programme, which confused the robot no end.

The robot appears to vacuum the edges of the room, as far as it is able, and then ladders up and down the centre of the floor. On occasion, it struggled to cross a boundary height change of 2.5cm, but then later managed it with no problem. Nevertheless, the robot consistently covered 47m2 in 59mins, and you can watch the progress on the map in real-time.    

Be warned though: the auto-emptying is loud and sounds a bit like a jet engine. Thankfully, it doesn’t last long.


There are three water settings: low, medium, and high. High is very much a light mop, with medium being more of a damp dust. We couldn’t discern much from the low water level at all, and the medium level didn’t lift significant dirt scuffs from tiles, although the high level did.

Alex Greenwood / Foundry

Like most mopping robot vacuums, the mopping function is really designed for daily maintenance of floors, rather than a weekly deep clean. You will need to use a conventional mop with hot water and soap to shift significant dirt or grime.

You can also set the robot to vacuum and mop at the same time. We found that this setting provoked the robot to return to base for an exchange of water and took approximately one minute per m2.  

Other features

Roughly 2 hours of vacuuming time

Good navigation and obstacle avoidance

Custom cleaning available

Xiaomi states that the X10+ has about two hours of life in its 520mAh battery, and we found this to be accurate. The X10+ also seemed to navigate temporary obstructions quite well, such as a toy left on the floor or the change of the position of a chair. 

You can also set a custom mode for your cleaning sessions, selecting a specific suction, water level, action, and cleaning pattern for each room, and the order in which the robot should tackle each room. There’s also a deep cleaning setting for dirtier floors, where the robot will return to clean the mop pad more frequently to prevent cross-contamination. Again, you can also schedule clean-ups, set Do No Disturb parameters, and connect the robot to Alexa or Google Assistant. 

The X10+ robot vacuum takes automated floor cleaning to the next level.


The X10+ robot vacuum takes automated floor cleaning to the next level, and if you have the right kind of home, it will keep your floors dust- and crumb-free without you having to think about it. That kind of freedom from chores is quite a remarkable liberation. With the X10+, you don’t even have to fill, load and empty a clip-in tank or wash the pad after a mopping session. You simply open the app and press start.

That said, to make the most of the X10+, you are going to need a fairly minimalist interior set-up. The X10+ will give you a perfectly vacuumed expanse of carpet, almost zen in its smoothness, but you are going to need that clear expanse of carpet in the first place, no matter how clever this robot may be in identifying temporary obstacles. 

We, however, liked it. A lot.

For more robot vacuum cleaner options, have a look at our round-up of the best robot vacuums we’ve tested.     

Equity Release – Everything You Need To Know

Times are tight at the moment, with bills on the rise and supermarket shops getting more expensive by the day. Pensions aren’t getting any larger for those on or nearing retirement – but there are ways for you to unlock finances for later life without borrowing money you don’t have, one major example of which is equity release. But what is equity release, and how exactly does it work?

What is Equity Release?

In essence, equity release enables you to unlock the value of your biggest investment without having to sell it; the value of the loan can be recouped via monthly repayments, or the sale of the home when you move out or enter long-term care. Equity releases are paid back with interest, but you can choose to pay for just the interest in order to make the most of your money.

How Do People Utilise Equity Release?

Equity release, whichever scheme is chosen, enables you and your partner the freedom to live in your property right up until you move out, or pass away. Free from the worries of subsisting on pension payments alone, you are able to use your equity to live life comfortably, or afford passion projects and life experiences you may not otherwise have been able to.

What to Consider Before Releasing Equity

While releasing equity can make a significant difference to your quality of living, it is a serious decision to make with a number of potential ramifications. Borrowing the entirety of your home’s equity in one can result in extensive interest payments down the line, as compound interest on your property’s value guarantees a large sum of interest over time.

Oxygenos 13: Everything You Need To Know

OxygenOS was once a shining light in the Android world back when OnePlus launched the OnePlus One in 2014. Its sensible tweaks to the operating system made it better than what Google or Samsung could muster at the time and sent OnePlus stratospheric.

But in the past couple of years BBK Group, the owner of OnePlus and Oppo, decided to merge the two brand’s software teams. Now, OxygenOS is heavily based on Oppo’s ColorOS, resulting in a change of aesthetic and function for new and existing OnePlus phones.

It has been a contentious decision to many of OnePlus’s loyal fanbase, but the company has aspirations beyond remaining an enthusiast brand – it wants to sell big, and this one of the ways it has decided to try and scale.

“The classic OxygenOS was a testament to our unwavering commitment to providing you with ease of use,” the company said.

“While retaining the well-loved features from the original OxygenOS, we have amped up these features with our signature burdenless design philosophy and the charm of OnePlus.”

At an event in New York City on 3 August for the launch of the OnePlus 10T, OnePlus took the wraps off OxygenOS. We were there to soak up all that is new with the company’s take on Android 13.

Here’s everything you need to know about OxygenOS 13.

When will OxygenOS 13 be released?

OxygenOS 13 will be pushed out first to the OnePlus 10 Pro later in 2023, with the new OnePlus 10T also getting it before the year’s end. No specific dates were announced.

Which phones will get OxygenOS and when?

It seems likely that the other phones to receive OxygenOS 13 will get it at some point in 2023. Pleasingly, it’s a long list. Here’s a full rundown of the phones OnePlus said will get OxygenOS 13:


OnePlus 10 Pro

OnePlus 10T

2023 and later

OnePlus 8

OnePlus 8 Pro

OnePlus 8T

OnePlus 9

OnePlus 9 Pro

OnePlus 9R

OnePlus 9RT

OnePlus 10R

OnePlus Nord 2

OnePlus Nord 2T

OnePlus Nord CE

OnePlus Nord CE 2

OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite

This is a solid list of phones dating back to 2023’s OnePlus 8 series, but OnePlus has had issues delivering its software promises in recent years. Notably, owners of the OnePlus 7 and 7T series have been left hanging with very late updates.

Perhaps therefore BBK made the call to pool ColorOS and OxygenOS together, so Oppo’s software development team can inform much of the work for OxygenOS in order to get platform updates out quicker.

What features are in OxygenOS 13?

OnePlus says the new OS is based on “aquamorphic design” based on the look of water and promises “soothing fonts, minimalist icons, natural and rounded shapes, and a wide range of forms and textures.”


More specifically, icons and widgets will now be softer in shape and look, and widget will expand after a long press.

They’ll also be available via Smart Launcher, a feature that displays folder contents larger on the phone’s screen.


And in a small nod to the fact OxygenOS is now built on the base of sister company Oppo’s ColorOS, OxygenOS 13 will get the Sidebar Toolbox feature from ColorOS that lets you add shortcuts to apps in a tab to the side of the screen designed to be reached with one hand.


The colours in OxygenOS 13 will also shift depending on the time of day, it’ll be brighter in the morning and take things darker come nightfall.

Another cool visual update comes in OnePlus’s always-on display (AOD) choices. OnePlus told Tech Advisor the idea for a new music control AOD came from feedback from fans in the OnePlus community online. It’ll include song title, artist, and album art, and means you’ll be able to control everything without unlocking your phone.


There will also be the option to add information like food delivery information from an app to the AOD, which will show a live tracking map and other data, all while the phone remains locked.

Zen mode is OnePlus’s existing mode that locks off distracting apps and services from the user to help them concentrate on work and life. In Oxygen OS 13 you can set the time you don’t want to be bothered or pinged, backed up with improved visuals.

This also includes standard newer Android features like Nearby Share for file sharing.

It adds what it calls AI system booster, which says it boasts intelligent memory management smarts to help improve multitasking.

For the hardcore gamers, the OS also has HyperBoost Gaming Engine to better stabilise gameplay and improve frame rate consistency.

If music is more your thing, OxygenOS 13 supports spatial audio to adjust the direction of sound across different apps, though this depends on the hardware. Add in Dolby Atmos support and phones that run the software should be sounding tip top, and to listen to it all, OnePlus will add Fast Pair and Audio Switch updates to quicker connect to wireless headphones and switch their audio output.

We’ll be sure to dive into OxygenOS 13 when it starts rolling out to the OnePlus 10 Pro later in the year.

Everything You Need To Know About Edge Detection

Edge detection refers to a set of mathematical techniques for detecting edges, or curves in a digital picture when the brightness of the image abruptly changes or, more formally, has discontinuities. Step detection is the issue of identifying discontinuities in one-dimensional signals, while change detection is the problem of finding signal discontinuities across time. In image processing, machine vision, and 

Prewitt Edge Detection

This is a popular edge detector that is used to identify horizontal and vertical edges in pictures.  

Sobel Edge Detection

This makes use of a filter that emphasizes the filter’s center. It is one of the most often used edge detectors, and it reduces noise while also providing distinguishing and edge response.  

Laplacian Edge Detection

The Laplacian edge detectors are different from the edge detectors previously mentioned. Only one filter is used in this technique (also called a kernel). Laplacian edge detection executes second-order derivatives in a single pass, making it susceptible to noise. Before using this approach, the picture is smoothed with Gaussian smoothing to avoid this susceptibility to noise.  

Canny Edge Detection

Edge detection refers to a set of mathematical techniques for detecting edges, or curves in a digital picture when the brightness of the image abruptly changes or, more formally, has discontinuities. Step detection is the issue of identifying discontinuities in one-dimensional signals, while change detection is the problem of finding signal discontinuities across time. In image processing, machine vision, and computer vision , edge detection is a critical technique, especially in the fields of feature identification and extraction. The goal of detecting sharp changes in picture brightness is to record significant events and changes in the world’s characteristics. Discontinuities in picture brightness are expected to correlate to discontinuities in-depth, discontinuities in surface orientation, changes in material characteristics, and fluctuations in scene light given relatively generic assumptions for an image generation model. In an ideal world, applying an edge detector to an image would result in a collection of linked curves that indicate object borders, surface marking boundaries, and curves that correspond to surface orientation discontinuities. Applying an edge detection method to a picture can minimize the quantity of data that has to be processed and therefore filter out information that isn’t as vital while retaining the image’s crucial structural features. If the edge detection stage is successful, the job of understanding the information contained in the original image may be significantly streamlined. However, such perfect edges are not always possible to get from real-life pictures of modest complexity. Edges recovered from non-trivial pictures are frequently impeded by fragmentation, which results in unconnected edge curves, missing edge segments, and false edges that do not correlate to important events in the image, complicating the process of understanding the image data. One of the most basic processes in image processing, image analysis, picture pattern recognition, and computer vision approaches is edge detection. Viewpoint-dependent or viewpoint-independent edges can be retrieved from a two-dimensional picture of a three-dimensional scene. The intrinsic features of three-dimensional objects, such as surface marks and form, are generally reflected by a perspective-independent edge. The geometry of the scene, such as objects occluding one another, is generally reflected by a perspective-dependent edge, which varies as the viewpoint changes. The border between a block of red and a block of yellow, for example, is a typical edge. A line, on the other hand, can be a tiny number of pixels of a variable hue on an otherwise constant backdrop (as can be retrieved by a ridge detector). As a result, there may be one edge on either side of a line in most cases. Edge detection may be done in a variety of ways, with Prewitt edge detection, Sobel edge detection, Laplacian edge detection, and Canny edge detection being some of the most chúng tôi is a popular edge detector that is used to identify horizontal and vertical edges in chúng tôi makes use of a filter that emphasizes the filter’s center. It is one of the most often used edge detectors, and it reduces noise while also providing distinguishing and edge chúng tôi Laplacian edge detectors are different from the edge detectors previously mentioned. Only one filter is used in this technique (also called a kernel). Laplacian edge detection executes second-order derivatives in a single pass, making it susceptible to noise. Before using this approach, the picture is smoothed with Gaussian smoothing to avoid this susceptibility to chúng tôi is the most widely utilized, highly successful, and complicated approach in comparison to many others. It’s a multi-stage method for detecting and identifying a variety of edges. The steps of the Canny edge detection method are shown below. It transforms the picture to grayscale, eliminates noise (since edge detection using derivatives is susceptible to noise), calculates the gradient (which aids in identifying the edge strength and direction), and last, turns the image to grayscale. It employs non-maximum suppression to narrow the image’s edges, a double threshold to detect the image’s strong, weak, and irrelevant pixels, and hysteresis edge tracking to help transform weak pixels into strong pixels only if they are surrounded by strong pixels.

Razer Phone Faq: Everything You Need To Know

Razer Phone FAQ: General

How much does the Razer Phone cost?

When can I buy the Razer Phone?

Online reservations to purchase the Razer Phone has opened up today and sales will be done through Razer’s online store and chúng tôi with an estimated shipping date of November 17th.

What are the available storage options?

What are the available color options?

Razer’s first ever smartphone is only available in an all-black variant at the moment, a color that’s prominent in almost all of the company’s products. However, the company intends to sell 1337 Special Edition Razer phones which features their signature green logo on the back. Regardless, the overall color will still remain matte-black.

Can I buy the factory unlocked version of Razer Phone?

Razer doesn’t any have carrier partners for their phone at the moment, and therefore, only the factory unlocked version is currently available for purchase.

Razer Phone FAQ: Design and Build

What is the Razer Phone made of?

The new Razer Phone is crafted from aluminium, and just like their other products, the company makes no compromises when it comes to build quality. The phone looks and feels rock solid in the hand.

Does the Razer Phone have a bezel-less display?

Is the Razer Phone waterproof?

No, the new Razer Phone doesn’t have any IP certification, and hence it’s not dust or waterproof. So, make sure you don’t drop this phone accidentally into the swimming pool.

Does the Razer Phone look similar to the Nextbit Robin?

Yes, Razer’s first smartphone looks like an all-black version of the Nextbit Robin with sharp edges, but that’s understandable considering the fact that the company acquired Nextbit earlier this year.

Razer Phone FAQ: Hardware

What are the tech specs of the Razer Phone?

Display5.7-inch IGZO IPS LCD wide color gamut display with 120 Hz refresh rate

ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor with Adreno 540 GPU


Storage64 GB, Micro SD expandable up to 256 GB

Primary CameraDual 12 MP (f/1.75) + 13 MP (f/2.6), 2x optical zoom

Secondary Camera8 MP with f/2.0 aperture

Battery4000 mAh

Dust and Water-ResistanceNo IP certification

SpeakersDolby Atmos certified front facing stereo speakers with dual amplifiers

SensorsFingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

ConnectivityLTE-A, Nano SIM slot, GPS, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, USB-C

Dimensions158.5 x 77.7 x 8 mm

Weight197 g

What processor is the Razer Phone powered by?

The Razer Phone is powered by Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor, which is the same chip found in almost every other Android flagship released this year.

Which GPU is the Razer Phone powered by?

How much RAM does the Razer Phone have?

Does the Razer Phone have stereo speakers?

Yes, this is one of the most important aspects of the new Razer Phone. It features Dolby Atmos certified front-facing stereo speakers with dual-amplifiers to deliver that loud and rich sound while you’re gaming or consuming media.

Does the Razer Phone have a fingerprint scanner?

Yes, the Razer Phone does have a fingerprint scanner, but it’s weird embedded within the power button located on the right side of the phone.

Razer Phone FAQ: Camera

Does the Razer Phone have a dual-camera setup?

Does the Razer Phone have Optical Image Stabilization?

No, Razer’s very first smartphone doesn’t have Optical Image Stabilization in either of the rare cameras, so expect shaky footage if you’re shooting vlogs on your smartphone.

How good is the camera on the Razer Phone?

Although Razer Phone’s dual-camera setup does look impressive on paper, we don’t expect it to match the likes of iPhone X, Galaxy Note 8 or Pixel 2, as the lack of OIS will clearly impact both image and video quality. We’ll make the final judgement once we get our hands on one of the units.

What’s the resolution of the selfie camera on Razer Phone?

The new Razer Phone has an 8 MP front-facing camera with an aperture of f/2.0 that should be able to do a decent job when it comes to snapping high resolution selfies and groupies with your friends.

Can the Razer Phone take Portrait photos?

Yes, thanks to the dual-camera setup with a wide-angle lens and telephoto lens, you’ll be able to take some impressive portrait photos with shallow depth of field.

Razer Phone FAQ: Display

What’s the resolution of Razer Phone’s display?

The Razer Phone boasts a 5.7-inch QHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, thereby providing a pixel density of 515 ppi.

What’s the refresh rate of Razer Phone’s display?

The display on the new Razer Phone has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which the company terms as “Ultramotion”. This is the first time we’ve seen a smartphone packing such a high refresh rate display, and it comes just months after Apple introduced the 120 Hz ProMotion display on their new iPad Pro. In comparison, almost every other smartphone including the $999 iPhone X packs a 60 Hz display. As a result of the higher refresh rate, animations and transitions will be much smoother and you’ll be able to experience significantly higher frame rates while gaming.

Does the Razer Phone have an OLED panel?

No, the Razer Phone does not have an OLED panel. Instead, it uses an IGZO IPS LCD wide color gamut display which is manufactured by Sharp. Sure, we’d have loved Samsung’s OLED panels, but Razer wouldn’t have been able to achieve the state-of-the-art 120 Hz refresh rate if they took that route.

What’s the screen-to-body ratio of the Razer Phone?

Due to the lack of a bezel-less design, the new Razer Phone has a lower screen-to-body ratio compared to the competition, at approximately 72.7%.

Razer Phone FAQ: Battery and Charging

What’s the battery capacity of the Razer Phone?

Does the Razer Phone support wireless charging?

No, Razer’s first smartphone does not support wireless charging which is a bummer to say the least, considering most of the competition including Apple has caught up to the standard.

Does the Razer Phone support fast charging?

Yes, the Razer Phone supports fast charging out of the box. In fact, it’s also one of the very first phones to support Qualcomm’s Quickcharge 4+ which lets you charge a smartphone faster than ever before. You’ll be able to charge your Razer Phone from 0 to 50% in just 35 minutes.

Is additional hardware required for fast charging?

No, Razer provides the fast charger for their phone in the box. Hence, no additional purchase is necessary to quickly charge your new smartphone.

Razer Phone FAQ: Software

Which Android version will the Razer Phone ship with?

The new Razer Phone will ship with Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box, but it will be receiving the Android Oreo update early next year.

Does the Razer Phone run stock Android?

Not at all, but Razer is currently working with several developers to get their games optimized for the 120 Hz screen. As of now, games like Titanfall: Assault, Final Fantasy XV, Arena of Valor, etc are already optimized for the higher refresh rate display on the Razer Phone.

Which launcher does the Razer Phone use?

Instead of opting for a manufacturer-based skin, Razer has pre-loaded the prime version of the hugely popular Nova launcher, which is completely customizable according to your preference.

Does the Razer Phone ship with an unlockable bootloader?

Yes, the new Razer Phone ships with an unlockable bootloader, so that you can fiddle around with your personal smartphone at your will.

Razer Phone FAQ: Connectivity

Will Razer Phone support CDMA networks in the United States?

No, Razer Phone will not be able to support CDMA networks like Sprint and Verizon in the United States. Instead, the phone will be available for use only through a GSM network like AT&T or T-Mobile.

Will the Razer Phone support Jio’s LTE services in India?

Does the Razer Phone support dual-SIM cards?

No, the Razer Phone supports only a single SIM card, which is disappointing considering the fact that most of the competition offers hybrid slots that can be used for storing 2 SIM cards at a time.

Does the Razer Phone have a 3.5 mm headphone jack?

No, the Razer Phone lacks a 3.5 mm headphone jack, which is disappointing to say the least. However, the company includes a USB-C to 3.5 mm dongle with a 24-bit DAC to deliver THX-certified audio, so this should not really be a major concern.

Does the Razer Phone support Bluetooth 5.0?

Unfortunately Razer’s first smartphone still features the older Bluetooth 4.2, so you won’t be getting the speed and range benefits that Bluetooth 5.0 has to offer.

Does the Razer Phone have a microSD card slot?

Yes, the Razer Phone does have a microSD card slot that can be used to expand your overall storage up to 256 GB.

Does the Razer Phone support USB-OTG?

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