Amazon introduced its smartphone with 6 cameras Fire Phone
Three quarks, three quarks for Mr. Mark. Six cameras, six cameras for Jeff Bezos.
- 4.7 ″ IPS LCD HD display.
- Quad-core 2.2GHZ processor,
- Adreno 330 graphics processor,
- 2GB RAM, 32-64Gb flash storage
- 13 MP rear-facing camera, f / 2.0 five element lens and optical image stabilization, instant access!
- Free unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud.
- Dual stereo speakers, virtual surround sound.
- Gorilla glass on both sides
- CNC machined aluminum,
- steel connectors
- Fire OS 3.5
- all options of the online services Prime, Fire and Kindle - an annual subscription is included in the price of a smartphone
- killer feature augmented reality Firefly (ala Google Glass application multiplied by X-ray)
- killer feature virtual three-dimensional interface
Pre-order is available , sales will start Jul 25, 2014
199.99 with a 2-year contract AT&T
- and without a contract from $ 649 to $ 749
In the very first hours after the release, the smartphone became a bestseller. The number of devices on pre-order is limited, everyone may not be enough.
The event has ended.
The live broadcast
Text / photo translation in English.
It is assumed that Amazon will use the technology of tracking the face and head of the user, which, for example, will allow you to scroll through the desktop tilted head. By the way, Samsung's innovations with its eye tracking sensors, to say the least, have not taken root. But in the video, people look really genuinely impressed.
Amazon’s smartphone will display all content in 3D — from “wallpapers” on the screen to maps. The image will change depending on what angle the user is looking at it. Built-in sensors will also allow you to switch between applications and menu items, moving the smartphone in a certain direction.
The gadget is expected: 4.7-inch HD-screen, Snapdragon as a processor and 2 GB of RAM. It seems that the device does not chase the laurels of the flagship killer. The New York Times even suggested that the device is aimed at bridging the gap between the impulse to buy and the perfect deal. Perhaps Amazon really thought that for a better shopping experience, the user lacks some smartphone aimed at this.
Another interesting hint for the upcoming presentation was the children's story “Mr. Payne's Purple House”, which tells how the owner of the white house decided to stand out on the street with a lot of exactly the same white houses. Jeff Bezos, a copy of this work by Amazon CEO, who reported that this was his favorite book, sent out to journalists along with invitations to the upcoming presentation.
via to Lenta.ru and androidinsider
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