Amazon finally launched the Fire Phone at a packed event in Seattle on June. The Amazon phone is about what we expected on the spec front, but it’s loaded with two features that Amazon claims help users see and interact with the world through a whole new lens. Read on to find out more about Amazon’s first smart phone attempt.
Display and Design
The Fire Phone features a 4.7 inch LCD screen display with an HD resolution that displays the image with the resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says the Fire Phone is optimized for one handed use, even though it has a larger display. The display is made out of Gorilla Glass 3 and has a rubber frame around the edge. The display looks long and wide like Aplle iPhone 4S and other higher products.
Fire phone features a custom tuned 13 megapixel camera system, with a fast five element wide aperture f/2.0 lens for crisp, beautiful images. In low light conditions without a flash, Fire phone uses optical image stabilization to keep the shutter open up to four times longer to reduce noise and blur. Capture all the action in stunning HD. Fire phone records in 1080p at 30 fps from both front and rear-facing cameras, for great looking video whatever you want to shoot.
The Fire Phne runs in a forked version of Android, Fire OS 3.5.0. The Fire Phone features a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.2GHz processor, Adreno 330 graphics and 2GB of RAM. The phone is powered with 2,400mAh battery that give the standard power of 285 hours of standby time, up to 22 hours of talk time, up to 65 hours of audio playback and up to 11 hours of video playback.
3D effects with Dynamic Perspective
Amazon is calling its 3D effects Dynamic Perspective. The new feature merely allows users to interact with images, Web pages, and other content like maps, in a different way. With the Fire Phone, you can change the point of view you have of each image, map, or 3D-enabled app you are looking at on the device
These are the specification of the Amazon Fire Phone, check it out and try it.