Those who want to be notified about Razer's upcoming device can register on the company's website and they should receive emails as soon as there's something new to announce.
This leads us to speculate that Razer might release some kind of smartphone or small tablet for consuming media and/or playing mobile games.
The tweet says WATCH for our biggest unveiling with the first word appearing in all caps. But no one knows about technical details of device.
As far as features go, we will probably be expecting front firing speakers at the very least, along with longer than usual battery life and Razer's own gaming services pre-installed onto the device.
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The cult favourite had earlier this year acquired Nextbit, maker of the crowdfunded Android smartphone Robin.
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan said a few weeks ago that his firm would introduce a smartphone before end of 2017.
When we hear about Razer, we usually think of its sleek line of high-end gaming laptops and gaming accessories. The report had also stated that the company was raising funds for the smartphone. However, he had refused to shed light on the phone's specifications and features.