Game freaks out there certainly know what today’s article is all about by the heading itself. The first ever mobile phone device created with the main motive of Gaming is the Razor Android phone.
The Razor phones was announced back in the year 2017. It became popular because of many aspe ts out of which the major one is 120Hz display refresh rate. In this aspect, the Razor phone 1 gained more popularity than Razor phone 2.
The Razor phone 2 came last year with Android Oreo even when the Android Pie OS was available. This because the company didn’t want to run the OS with its updated device.
However, the unlocked models of Razor phone 2 received the Android 9.0 pie update in February this year. Later, the carrier models particularly AT and T models received the Pie update in July.
However, many questions were raised on when the Razor phone (1) will receive the Pie update. This isn’t too much to ask for a device priced at hundreds of dollars and claimed to be the flagship of the OEM.
Addressing all these questions, the company assured users that the Razor phone (1) will receive the Android update in the coming weeks. This announcement was made in the mid-July.
“We will release an Android Pie upgrade – which includes Android security updates – for the original Razer Phone in coming weeks. We thank all our fans for their support and patience.”
Now finally the time for Razor phone 1 has come to get the Android Pie update. Already a few users have claimed that they have received the OTA update.
The Razor phone 1 was released with Android Nougat back in late 2017 and later got updated to Android Oreo in 2018. The new firmware comes with not only Android Pie but also many features with a size of 1047.6MB. The security patch
Along with other features, there has been an inclusion of the famous adaptive battery that will certainly enhance the battery life of the aging handset and also the navigation gestures.
Along with this there is an addition of notification management, and the usual bug fixes and performance improvements. The Pie update for the Razer 1 does not include support for 720p/1080p/4K video recording at 60fps. Right now we have no idea on when this feature will he introduced to the Razor phone.
Finally the status of the update has been confirmed by the OEM in the following words –
“The update has been paused due to the Game Booster bug.
I’ll let you know when the rollout continues again.”
The Android 9.0 Pie rollout for Rszor phone 1 has been paused because of the Game Booster bug. Until the issue is addressed, all the users are suggested that they reset Game Booster and neglect changing any settings in it.
Stay tuned for more updates on this topic.