The leak comes courtesy of a leaked product page showing UK MVNO (Mobile virtual network operator) 3G as advertising the Razer Phone on sale. While the specification tab is not visible, a great deal about the phone is visible from the landing page itself. The page advertises the phone as housing an insane 120Hz 5.72" IGZO display, along with 8GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a behemoth 4000mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0+, and THX-certified dual front-facing speakers with Dolby ATMOS.

If this source can be trusted (which seems likely from what we have gathered so far), this is set to be an absolute powerhouse for gamers. As of today, we haven't seen a single mobile phone with a 120Hz high-refresh-rate display – only recently were we introduced to high refresh rate mobile displays with the iPad Pro. We'd imagine that a 120Hz display on a mobile device will be quite the sight to behold, and Razer has definitely ensured that they're packing sufficient power to drive that thing.

The phone also packs dual cameras; a 12MP f/1.75 wide-angle sensor and a 13MP f/2.6 zoom unit, to be specific. All of these specs seem to align with the GFXBench results that were published a few weeks ago, which we covered with the Razer Phone image leak, meaning their reliability seems to be fairly well-asserted. There is also weight in the fact that 3G recently teamed up with Razer to become an official partner carrier, meaning seeing the device as a 3G or Three exclusive in the UK is definitely a possibility to give credence to.

We've been covering the Razer Phone ever since it was nothing but a rumor stemmed from Min-Liang Tan's pocket and now that the device specs are out in the open and we're only a few hours away from the reveal, it's fair to say we're pretty excited. With beefy specs, what seems to be a close-to-stock Android skin, a plethora of unique features and a compellingly unobtrusive design, we would not write this off as being daily driver material based on these leaks.

What do you guys think? Would you buy a Razer phone? Let us know in the comments, or post over in the forums with your thoughts.

via AP