Amazon Fire Phone
Amazon's first smartphone is available with two different features. Dynamic Perspective is a 3D-user interface that changes the screen content based on where your face is in relation to the device. The Fire uses four cameras with a 120 degree viewing angle, one in each front corner, to track your eyes. Infrared lights ensure the feature is still working in darkness. Firefly uses the phone's camera to recognize objects and identifies music and TV shows via its microphone. You then get the option to purchase those products on Amazon.
Except for the four front cameras the hardware is in line with the high-end
devices from other manufacturers. The fire is powered by a quad-core 2.2GHz processor, Adreno 330 graphics and 2GB of RAM. The 4.7-inch IPS LCD display offers a 720p resolution and displays 590 nits of brightness.
The camera specifications are exciting. A 13MP sensor is combined with a fast F2.0 lens with five elements and an optical image stabilization system. Mobile photographers will also appreciate the dedicated shutter button
plus unlimited photo storage on Amazon's cloud drive.