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Jun 5 2014, 11:57am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Amazon Teases Glasses-Free 3D Smartphone Launch At June 18 Event
 
 

The phone is going to have five cameras on its face which are going to track the facial movement

Apple managed to stay in the limelight for quite some time due to the hype created by WWDC and the speculation that surrounded it. Then there is Google’s I/O conference which is just around the corner. But all this is not going to weigh down the confidence of Amazon which is trying its best to stay put with these tech giants. It has been a long while since we have been hearing about a smartphone coming out of Amazon’s doors and so it never came as a surprise when Amazon started dropping some hints at us. From what we can make out of all these hints, the smartphone is going to be announced on June 18th.


On the main landing page we can so far only see an invitation which is being extended by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos which is accompanied by a strange video that shows people testing what is going to Amazon’s smartphones. It is a short video showing the phone peeking out from the below. So far we haven’t got much idea about what the phone is going to look like and what it is going to contain. However, there is soe information at hand which comes out of a BGR who happened upon what they thought was an Amazon prototype for a smartphone. If that really is Amazon’s phone then we can expect things to get interested.

The phone is going to have five cameras on its face which are going to track the facial movement so the phone is aware of what the users are doing while they are using the phone. Unfortunately, we don’t know as yet what this data is going to be used for.

source: redmondpie

 

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