The most anticipated 3-D smartphone has arrived for the masses to purview. Has it lived up to your expectations? Michael A. Prospero, Reviews Editor over on Fox News Tech has a more in depth analysis than mine, from which I borrowed. Here are his 7 top features, I paraphrased:
1. Design: it looks like a phone.
2. Camera: it has one, albeit 13 mp.
3. Video and Music: it can play.
4. Customer Support: you can talk to a real person, for free and not be shoved/pawned off to their forums.
5. FireFly: it can recognize anything you take a picture of.
6. Dynamic Perspective: Tracks your face to give you in-depth images from any angle. Creepy.
7. Active Widgets: active widgets.
Here’s what you want, more technical details via Amazon’s page:
||5.5″ x 2.6″ x 0.35″ (139.2mm x 66.5mm x 8.9mm)
||5.64 ounces (160 grams)
||2.2GHz Quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, with Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB of RAM
||4.7″ HD LCD display, with 1280 x 720 resolution at 315 ppi, 590 cd/m2 brightness (typical), 1000:1 contrast ratio (typical)
||13 MP rear-facing camera, multi-frame HDR, auto focus, optical image stabilization, f/2.0 5-element wide aperture lens, LED flash
2.1 MP front-facing camera
||Fire OS 3.5
||32 GB or 64 GB
||Free cloud storage for all Amazon content, and photos taken with Fire phone
||Battery size: 2400mAh. Talk time: up to 22 hours; standby time: up to 285 hours. Video playback: up to 11 hours; audio playback: up to 65 hours.
||1080p HD video recording at 30 fps (front- and rear-facing cameras)
||Dual stereo speakers with Dolby Digital Plus audio processing
Click here for more: http://www.amazon.com/Fire_Phone_13MP-Camera_32GB/dp/B00EOE0WKQ
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I don’t understand why people would want a 3d smartphone. Couldn’t it strain your eyes?
Good question! There wasn’t anything in the literature by Amazon that addressed the issue of eye strain, though, that I could find.