We have seen many reports about the Amazon’s rumoured smartphone so far but there was no concrete physical evidence to support these claims until now, but now thanks to BGR, we have the first images of the alleged Amazon smartphone.
The images posted by BGR apparently show the much-rumoured Amazon premium smartphone with 3D display, but failed to reveal the physical side of the device as it is in a protective shell to hide the actual design of the phone. The images still confirm some previously rumoured details like the presence of multiple cameras on the front of the phone to help with output of the 3D display.
While the actual specifications of the phone are still unclear, BGR reports that the Amazon alleged smartphone will feature 4.7-inch 720p HD display, 13MP primary camera, and will be powered by heavily customized Android OS backed by Qualcomm Snapdragon processor paired with 2GB of RAM.
In addition, BGR adds that the Amazon has added a total of six cameras including the usual two rear and front cameras in the smartphone. The other four cameras are actually low-power infrared cameras, which along with the sensors present in the phone, will help the phone’s software to make constant adjustments to the positioning of on-screen elements, altering the perspective of visuals on the screen. This is the first time we are seeing the use of such technology in smartphones to present 3D images.
There is still no word on its actual launch, but a report published in The Wall Street Journal claims that the company will likely launch the phone in June, and will start shipping the devices from September this year.