Over the past few years, mobile gaming been increasing in popularity as more people are using their phones. According to Statista, as of 2019, mobile gaming brings in around $10 billion USD and is around 51% of total gaming revenue worldwide.
Razer has been known for its audio products for more than a decade but those were mostly gaming headsets. However, this year they’ve launched their first wireless Bluetooth headphones with the Razer Opus.
Following the launch of their Kishi controller in June, Razer has announced a new version of the controller that is designed for cloud gaming via Xbox Game Pass UItimate.
After being announced at CES 2020, Razer has launched their Kishi universal mobile controller.
Gaming accessories maker, Razer has announced their first pair of wireless headphones with the Razer Opus.
Since it’s initial launch back in November, Google’s Stadia service has been only available to Pixel phones. Now the company is adding support for 18 new phones including the latest Galaxy S20 series.
At CES 2020, Razer made a couple of announcements including their first gaming desktop PC, the Tomahawk.
Razer has been making gaming products for more than a decade and has been primarily known for its keyboards, mice and laptops. But in recent years, Razer has ventured into the world of smartphones with their first Razer Phone in 2017 and it’s follow up in 2018.
Razer has been making gaming focused accessories for a long time, from keyboard and mice to headsets. But since the introduction of their first phone, the aptly names Razer Phone in 2017, the company has been delving into smartphone accessories. One of which is their Hammerhead USB-C ANC earbuds.
Razer has announced that the Android 9 Pie update is now rolling out to their flagship gaming phone, the Razer Phone 2.