Upcoming Amazon smartphone gets leaked press renders, finally shows itself in full detail
An Amazon smartphone has been rumored for what seems like decades now (a testament for how fast-moving the mobile world feels sometimes), but this year it’s looking more and more like it could actually be launched. A couple of weeks ago we brought you the first ever images showing it, though at that point it was still enclosed in a protective case, so we couldn’t actually see the full details of its design.
Until now, that is. BGR has gotten access to a couple of leaked press renders depicting the Amazon smartphone. So here it is, finally showing everything:
What you see above was apparently created “for internal use by graphic designers at Amazon”, and has been confirmed as the real deal by multiple sources.
This will be just the first in a series of smartphones that will be announced by Amazon. This particular device is expected to be made official in late spring or early summer.
The smartphone reportedly comes with a 4.7-inch 720p HD touchscreen, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2 GB of RAM, six individual camera modules for enabling 3D-like effects, and it will run a heavily modified version of Android, much like what’s happened with Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets.
The device should be available to order sometime during the third quarter of this year, so between July and September.