Amazon’s upcoming smartphone will be exclusive to AT&T

Amazon’s upcoming smartphone will be exclusive to AT&T

Due to be unveiled at an event in Seattle tomorrow, the Wall Street Journal have reported that the upcoming Amazon smartphone will be exclusive to AT&T.

Amazon are expected to continue their partnership with AT&T for which they offer their cellular versions of Kindle tablets with their smartphones, which makes sense. It could also indicate the introduction of a long rumoured Prime Data service which would offer reimbursed data rates for localised content from various companies.

With four front-facing cameras, the Amazon smartphone is expected to offer a 3D user experience without the need for glasses to indulge the user in contextual menus which adapt to the orientation of the device.

One thing is for sure, we won’t have to wait long until we see what Amazon has in store for us.

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