Amazon is getting into the smartphone market with its freshly revealed Fire Phone, the company announced this week.
Engadget reports the phone will pack support for a 3D interface with Dynamic Perspective head-tracking system that can be used in games.
The gadget packs a 4.7 inch Gorilla Glass display with HD resolution screen, a 13 megapixel camera, dual stereo speakers, a quad-core 2.2GHz processor, Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB of RAM.
It also includes Amazon's free Mayday customer support service, unlimited cloud storage for photos, and Firefly – a feature that uses Fire Phone's camera to recognize a variety of items, such as games, books, DVDs, CDs, bar codes, URLs, phone numbers, QR codes, and more.
Fire Phone will be priced at $200 for the 32GB version and $300 for the 64GB, but note that's with a vaild AT&T contract – off-contract the devices will cost an additional $450. Pre-orders can be put down directly through Amazon starting today.
Reports of an Amazon smartphone emerged earlier this year, around the unveiling on new microconsole Fire TV.