Amazon Rumored To Launch Smartphone With 3D Capability In June

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Amazon is rumoured to be launching its first smartphone in the second half of 2014, bringing with it a 3D capable display. The Wall Street Journal reported that people briefed on the company's plans claim Amazon plans to attack Apple and Samsung head-on with a new smartphone.

The report claims Amazon has demoed the handset to developers in San Francisco and Seattle and an announcement will arrive in June. The Amazon smartphone is then suggested to be shipping in autumn with a screen that can display 3D or hologram-like images without the need for 3D glasses. A number of reports have claimed the display will feature retina-tracking technology that has four front-facing embedded cameras.

Previous rumours have supported this with a claim in October suggesting Amazon had partnered with compact camera manufacturers Primax, Liteon and Sunny Optical to develop sensors for 3D gesture and eye-tracking control. The Amazon smartphone is also said to be coming with six compact camera modules, four of which are VGA cameras that will be placed in the device's corners. A 12-megapixel front-facing camera and 13-megapixel rear camera are also claimed, along with a 4.7-inch display and a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor.

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