Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Fire Phone: Amazon's first smartphone

With an impressive invite to it's launch event and breaking all suspenses arising since 2012 Amazon today announces it's all new smartphone named as Fire Phone.
Two weeks ago about 4th of this month company posted a mysterious video on it's youtube channel which showed customers analysing a some thing which was kept hidden for camera.

Well at it's launch event in Seattle hosted by Chief Executive CEO Jeff Bezos launched the Amazon's first smartphone "Fire Phone".

  • Quad-core 2.2 GHz Processor.
  • Adreno 330 Graphics Processor.
  • 4.7 Inch IPS LCD HD Display made of Gorilla Glass.
  • Displays at 590 Nits of Brightness.
  • 2GB of RAM.
  • 13 Megapixel Rear Facing Camera with Optical Image Stabilization and an f/2.0 five element lens and a low resolution front facing camera.
  • With a Circular Polarizer.
  • Dual-Stereo speakers with Dolby Digital plus.
  • 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi connection.

The smartphone surrounded by a rubberized frame and black coloured. Like as Nexus 4 it the back of the phone is also has a glass panel. So if you are a person who likely suffer accident in that case u might have to search for another phone or a protective case can also help here.

 Pictures Featuring Fire Phone

After the leaks form BGR’s and the Wall Street Journal’s it was sort of clear that the content was already leaked previously before the official announcement.

Amazon a company one of the world's largest online retailer has now entered the market of smartphones where the companies like Apple, Google, Samsung, Black Berry and Microsoft has already acquired a biggest portion of the market of all over the world. It will be a great competition for amazon to maintain it's Mobile market in front of all these big giants.

The Fire Phone is available July 25 for $199 (32GB) and $299 (64GB).
Pre-orders start today and according to Amazon’s product listing, it’ll be available to purchase online or in AT&T stores from July 25.
Amazon will also be providing free unlimited storage on Amazon Cloud Drive for life time and one year free prime membership.

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Have a Nice Day.


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