Razer is best known for its gaming hardware because that’s what it does, and it does a very good job of making exceptional gaming hardware, but it looks like the company might be venturing into a market that it has previously steered clear of. From the looks of it, Razer might be considering making its own smartphone, though nothing has been officially confirmed by the company as yet.

The idea that Razer is building a smartphone is rooted in a tweet sent out recently by CEO Min-Liang Tan. His tweet makes it seem like Razer is hiring people to start working on a new project that’s going to be a smartphone.

He tweeted out a link to an open position at the company for a “Product Developer (Mobile),” requirements for candidates include knowledge of ARM systems and components, as well as sound knowledge of the latest smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices.

It wouldn’t be surprising if Razer does come out with a smartphone because recently we have seen the company try and take a bigger role in the consumer electronics market by launching devices like the Nabu Watch and the Nabu and Nabu X fitness bands.

Still, since nothing has been officially confirmed yet, it’s best to take all of this with a grain of salt for now.

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