Razer Phone heads to Best Buy (with Android 8.1 Oreo)

Rodiano Bonacci
Aprile 17, 2018

Since Razer skipped Android 8.0 and went straight to 8.1, here is a solid list of changes for 8.0 in case you're curious.

After announcing that it would update its handset to Android 8.1 Oreo last month, Razer has now followed through on the commitment, releasing the update over-the-air and rolling it out over the coming weeks. The Razer Phone's existing features are better than ever, taking Netflix original HDR content, Dolby Atmos sound, and 120hz gaming to the highest level of entertainment.

Announced on Twitter earlier today, Razer has officially kicked off a public rollout of Android Oreo to the Razer Phone. This device was revealed in November of 2017 and it's been on the market since December. Best Buy joins Razer.com, Amazon, and Microsoft Stores in carrying the handset. The Razer Phone will be available "soon" in Best Buy retail stores.

The newest update to the device - software-wise - is the device's move to Android 8.1 Oreo. Razer says the update "presents a cleaner visual design and under-the-hood improvements for a better overall experience". Along with the OS update, the firm is also updating Nova Launcher, which it uses for its Android experience and offering some general fixes too.

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