Tom Moss announced his departure from Razer Phone
Tom Moss, senior Vice President and General Manager of Razer's mobile division, announced his departure from the company last Monday. The new place of work of moss will be a startup Skydio, specializing in Autonomous drones. In the new team, the former Razer top Manager will take the position of chief operating officer (COO).
Tom Moss got into Razer last year after the company acquired the startup Nextbit, the CEO and co-founder of Which he was. A small company was created to implement a rather ambitious project Robin — "cloud" smartphone, which never pumped memory. It did not gain world fame, so after the deal with Razer, the Nextbit development team completely switched to the creation of the Razer Phone game phone. In the design of the latter, like its successor Razer Phone 2, it is easy to see the characteristic features of Nextbit Robin.
Commenting on his departure, Tom moss tweeted: "I loved the time at Razer. It's a great team and an amazing fan community. I will always be proud to have been part of Razer." In the field of smartphone development, moss has worked for a total of 12 years.
Razer Phone 2 was introduced in the first half of October 2018. The novelty has a 5.72-inch IGZO-display with a resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The hardware platform of the device is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, equipped with a cooling system with an evaporation chamber. Other features include 8GB of RAM, a 64GB UFS drive, a microSD slot and a dual 12MP rear camera. The manufacturer's recommended retail price is $800.
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