This will extend to app icons and other parts of the interface and even Amazon's stores for digital content. "By shifting the position of the phone, users are able to see three-dimensional product images at different angles to reveal surfaces that cannot be seen in 2D photos." adds BGR.
It's camera central here since there will also be the usual front and rear cameras for taking photos and videos. The main camera is set to be 13Mp and the front is thought to be not far behind at a whopping 12Mp.
The smartphone will also come, as we thought, with a modified version of Google's Android operating system, like the Kindle Fire tablets.
As more information arrives, we'll update this article to let you know. Until then, let us know what you think of the Amazon 3D smartphone in the comments below.
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