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Tomorrow, Amazon is going to lift the lid on its not-so-top secret smartphone project, answering questions like "why?" and "how will six cameras and a 3D screen help you sell more books?" Before the big reveal, however, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that AT&T has already signed a deal to become the exclusive home of the handset. AT&T signing an exclusive deal for a smartphone being developed by a website? Let's hope whatever comes, we don't see another HTC First or HTC Status...

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