More images leak of reported Amazon smartphone
Amazon hasn't yet acknowledged their attempt at entering the smartphone market, but that doesn't seem to be preventing images of their supposed device from leaking out. The first images managed to make their way out around the middle of last month, and newly leaked graphic renderings match what we'd previously seen.
Once again, BGR is the one with the scoop, showing what they say are graphic renderings that were created for Amazon's internal use. The original leaks were encased in a physical housing that prevented unauthorized viewing, but these images show a slim profile that resembles the iPhone along with what should be a microUSB port for charging.
The images also once again display a number of front-facing cameras, ones that would be used in creating 3D effects and unique gesture controls to display more content. The publication also reiterates that the smartphone would come with a 4.7" display, a Qualcomm CPU and 2GB of RAM.
Amazon is also expected to try and appeal to customers through a "Prime Data" plan, where Prime videos and music would be exempt from normal data allowances. In any case, we'll have to wait for official word from the company, but a release is expected within the upcoming months.