Amazon’s Fire Phone is the first to boast both Firefly technology and Dynamic Perspective. The former allows users to quickly identify printed web and email addresses, phone numbers, QR and bar codes by simply pressing and holding the dedicated button for useful information in seconds. While the latter enables you to tilt, auto-scroll, swivel, and peek to navigate menus and access shortcuts with just one hand. It features a “4.7-inch display with 720p HD resolution, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, and six individual camera modules to make the 3D effect work”, says The Daily Mail. Product page. Continue reading for the full press conference, two videos and more information.
According to The Daily Mail, “Apps available at launch include Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu Plus and ESPN. It also boasts a Gorilla Glass 3 screen with a rubber frame, and aluminum buttons. Users will also have unlimited photo storage via the Amazon Cloud, and syncing with the company’s recently launched Fire TV set-top box so you can send media to your TV.” More information.