The image above is the first to reveal the design of Amazon’s debut smartphone. Multiple trusted sources have verified the authenticity of the image, which was created for internal use by graphic designers at Amazon. As can be seen in this new image published exclusively by BGR, Amazon’s phone will feature an overall look that is similar to many full touch smartphones currently on the market. In fact, it appears to take design cues from several existing smartphones including Apple’s iPhone, Samsung’s Galaxy S lineup and even the HTC One, which has a polished, chamfered bezel much like the one seen on Amazon’s phone.
The phone is said to be slightly on the large side; however, it can be comfortably used with one hand. It has a 4.7-inch 720p display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, six camera modules, and runs a customized version of Android.
As previously reported the device will feature a 3D interface made possible by four front-facing infrared cameras. This allows for a unique gesture-based control system which is described in more detail here.
The handset will also feature Amazon 'Prime Data'. This may be an AT&T exclusive and would offer users a certain amount of Amazon Prime video and music streaming free of charge.
Amazon is expected to launch the device in the third quarter of 2014. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.
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