This is the AT&T-exclusive Amazon Fire Phone. Sporting a 4.7-inch HD display, 13MP rear-facing camera, global LTE, 32GB of storage and brain power by a quad-core Snapdragon processor, the Fire Phone is the company’s take on what a smartphone should be; CEO Jeff Bezos immediately stating that the Fire Phone competes with the Galaxy S5 and iPhone 5S. Top-notch stereo speakers and included headphones “that never tangle” are also included, Bezos says.
Some of its special tricks inlcude four specialized front-facing cameras that track your head movements, allowing for Dynamic Perspective — a 3D-like view that immerses the user in the design interface.
Mayday, the instant video-chat help service, as well as the Fire OS seen on the Fire TV and Fire HDX tablets, also comes along for the ride. Being based off of Android, the Fire Phone already has an immense app library, so that settles that. Oh, and there’s also one free year of Amazon Prime, which is great.
Even cooler is the new FireFly service, which can instantly identify over 100 million things like products, email addresses, phone numbers, songs, TV episodes, movies, and more, with integration through third-party apps, and even has its own dedicated button on the phone.
Price? $200 on a new, two-year agreement with AT&T.