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Can Razer Phone help usher in a new era for mobile gaming?

Its makers claim the device has world's first 120Hz display on a smartphone.

In 1958, when physicist William Higinbotham created what is widely believed to be the first video game – a simple tennis game, similar to the classic 1970s video game Pong – a revolution was started that gave birth to what has now become one of the most profitable entertainment industries in the world.

Over the next few decades, video games grew exponentially in popularity and soon started to move out of our living rooms and on to the streets with the launch of the first Nintendo Gameboy in 1989. Fair to say, by then, they had already transcended from just being tools of recreation to becoming a culture in itself that had a whole generation hooked to it like a drug.

With advancements in silicon technology, the charm of gaming only grew and

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