Is this what Amazon’s Smartphone looks like?

BGR has posted what it touts as the very first real pics — OK, renders — of Amazon’s still-unannounced smartphone. If you’ll remember the bits we’ve already heard and seen, one of the phone’s most notable features is the inclusion of six cameras: four positioned across the face to enable the 3D and gestures of the OS.



The above image certainly seems to confirm the earlier leaks with the position of the screws on the bottom and the smallest hint of the cameras on the face tying up the known details quite nicely.

While the pictures do offer a better peek at the whole device, material choices still seem to be  a mystery. The face and back definitely appear to be glass with a thin metal bezel transitioning into a clown-shoe bumper.

One of the handset’s key selling points will be a special data plan Amazon refers to as “Prime Data.” It is unclear exactly what Prime Data will offer users, but our sources suggest that the phone could be an AT&T exclusive and Prime Data may be a monthly data package that includes a certain amount of Prime video and music streaming free of charge. These details have not been confirmed, however.

The device will feature specs including a 4.7-inch display with 720p HD resolution, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, six individual camera modules and a highly customized version of Google’s Android operating system similar to the one seen on Amazon’s various Kindle Fire tablets. It will rely on Amazon’s own mobile app store for third-party software distribution.

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Shaminder Pal Singh

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