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Deal: Save $100 On The Razer Phone w/ Code - Today Only

8 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Today, Razer has discounted a number of items as part of its Fragfest Deals, and that includes the Razer Phone. You can save $100 off of the Razer Phone, by using the promo code DEALS18 at checkout. Which will bring the price down from $699 to just $599. That's a pretty insane price for a phone that still boasts some of the best specs and performance out there.
The Razer Phone is a phone built for gamers, and it's evident by its stereo front-facing speakers that sport Dolby Atmos audio, as well as its Snapdragon 835 chipset and 8GB of RAM inside. Razer is also using a 2K 120Hz display...
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