When we heard for the first time that Amazon was planning to release a 3D smartphone sometimes last year, there were no concrete information to work with, but Amazon kept its promise and recently announced the Amazon 3D smartphone to being added to all sorts of cool gadgets Amazon is delivering on a large scale. This is not only about the Kindle business, but the streaming TV set top – box, the news systems of home delivery including hi – tech drones and many many other services that seem to put the retail giant among the biggest players in the tech field. So the news are that the Amazon 3D smartphone is going to be up and running in the market in September this year, and so far, we also have some good insight on the ways it will look and perform.
Usually, BGR is a reliable source of information and last week they released a few data regarding the specs and the enhancements that will make the Amazon 3D smartphone not only the one of its kind, but also a very interesting gadget for the tech passionate.
According to them, as they were very prompt in getting their hands on some explosive photos of the new device,
at a distance, Amazon’s upcoming flagship phone looks much like any other touchscreen phone on the market. But the company has spent years creating a unique and, at times, novel user experience that has two main focuses: Amazon products and services, and a custom 3D interface unlike anything we have seen before on a smartphone.
But don’t get yourself fooled, as Amazon is always going full length when it comes to coming up with yet another new invention. The guys from BGR also mention the six cameras of the phone (yes, six!) among other specs which include
- a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
- 2GB of RAM.
- a heavily customized version of Google’s Android operating system similar to the version that powers Amazon’s tablets.
- a display measuring 4.7 inches diagonally
- a 720p HD resolution
- 3D software interface and the hardware mechanism that enables it
According to the specialists,
the device’s extra cameras are used to track the position of the user’s face and eyes in relation to the phone’s display. This allows Amazon’s software to make constant adjustments to the positioning of on-screen elements, altering the perspective of visuals on the screen.
Since Amazon is trying to break the market with not one, but two new and extremely interesting smartphones, we can’t wait for the release, said to be just as spectacular as the Amazon 3D smartphone will be.