Amazon has finally released its flagship phone, and we're ready. Released July 24, 2014, Amazon's Fire Phone is Amazon's first smartphone, designed to compete with iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. It's teardown time. We're going to burn this place to the ground with Amazon's new Fire Phone.
Click on the Amazon Fire Phone below to see what is inside.
Before we jump out of the frying pan and into the Fire Phone, let's take a look at its fiery specs:
The new Amazon Fire has a lot of great new features. I expect we will see many of them in future generations of competing phones. On the other hand, putting this much stuff in a phone is difficult. That seems to lead to a phone that is hard to repair.
"The new Amazon Fire has a lot of great new features. I expect we will see many of them in future generations of competing phones. On the other hand, putting this much stuff in a phone is difficult. That seems to lead to a phone that is hard to repair. "
Naperlou, No doubt that its good in terms of specification. Which OS its running?
"With phone unlocking the norm... can this be used on other networks now?"
Cabe, that's a drawback with most of the service providers. They used to lock the device with their services. But in Asian countries there won't be such issues. Here customers can by any devices and can avail the service by inserting service providers SIM.
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