Amazon Fire Phone ‘3D smartphone’ goes official with 4.7″ HD screen
After years of anticipated by customers and fans alike, Amazon has finally unveiled it first phone, the ‘3D’ smartphone it calls the Fire Phone.
Amazon Fire Phone features a 4.7-inch 720 x 1280 pixels IPS screen coated with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
Before getting to decipher what makes the smartphone special, let’s tell you that the phone has 2GB of RAM and rocks a Snapdragon 801 processor running at 2.2GHz. The Fire Phone runs on an Android version we know not of, but Amazon is quick to tell you the phone is heavily skinned with Fire OS v3.5 design.
The Fire Phone packs a storage of 32GB, 64GB for the other version. Both versions does not support microSD cards and their 2400mAh batteries are enclosed, making sure the user cannot change them on the move.
Amazon Fire Phone supports NFC, A-GPS and GLONASS, Bluetooth, Wireless LAN, and LTE connectivity in up to nine frequencies.
The Fire Phone is called a 3D smartphone because it has a feature called 3D Dynamic Perspective which is based on the phone’s front-facing camera, can monitor your eyes and can make various adjustments to the phone’s display according to your eye positioning.
Pricing for the Amazon Fire Phone starts at $649. The 32GB-storage model can be gotten for $199 on a two-year AT&T contract while the 64GB model at $299. Shipping starts on the 25th of July.
Now that Amazon’s phone is finally here, is Apple supposed to be really bothered?