Razer plans to disrupt the mobile gaming industry
Remember the Nokia N-Gage? Don’t worry, almost no one does. The smartphone world has never really had any solid gaming phones and Razer is just about to change that. Razer has major plans to disrupt the mobile gaming industry.
According to the company’s CEO Tan Min-liang, mobile gaming is “going to be a huge part of our business.”
Razer has come a long way from being a company that used to sell gaming mice, headphones and other accessories. Razer today sells one of the best gaming laptops that there are and inspite of having lots of brawn, they still don’t sacrifice on attractiveness and portability.
Razer is now carefully plotting its moves to create a new wave in the mobile industry. In 2015 it acquired Ouya, a company that tried its hands at making a portable gaming console based on Android. Razer also acquired Nextbit in 2017, the company that launched the Robin Smartphone.
With such solid backup in terms of experience and acumen Razer might actually pioneer the mobile gaming industry. Mobile gamers, you finally have some hope!