Amazon's debut phone isn't bad, per se, but there's little incentive for anyone to switch carriers or platforms to buy it. Its unique features don't provide enough utility, and come at the expense of both battery life and performance.Read Full Review
- Mayday provides quick access to tech support
- Comes with free year of Prime membership
- Good call quality
- Exclusive to AT&T, no global options
- 3D effects can cause motion sickness
- Limited ecosystem
- Dynamic Perspective and Firefly need some work
- Unique features hamper battery life and performance
It seems a lot like a Kindle Fire, in phone form. But it has a few special features -- a universal scanning app, and a crazy set of infrared cameras that create 3D-like phone navigation -- that could set it apart from the competition.
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PROSDisplay is amazingGood battery lifeBuilt to lastUniquePowerful processorCONSAmazon App Store (VERY limited)I have tnjoyed everything about this phone with the exception of the app store. It is so limited...
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