Amazon's 3D Handset Unveiled

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The first images of Amazon's 3D handset reveal four front facing cameras used to create 'floating' display

Updated: 04:36 EDT, 16 April 2014


The first pictures of Amazon's rumoured 3D handset have been revealed and showcase the four cameras that are used to create a floating screen' effect.

The device, which will be revealed in June, using retina-tracking technology, will make images on the screen of the smartphone appear to 'float' over it like a Hologram, and appear three-dimensional from all angles'.

The recent images also show a slim handset however, it is protected with a case to protect its original design.

Apple's patent-pending system is slightly different to the 3D display Amazon is rumoured to be working on. Last week's first images of Amazon's 3D handset were released. They showed four cameras and retina tracking technology that is used to create a floating screen effect.


The device features a corner-facing camera at the front of the screen.

These cameras can be used to monitor the position and direction of the user's eyes and face in relation to the display.

This allows Amazon's software to make continuous adjustments to the position of elements on the screen, altering the perspective of images and allowing them to appear in 3D without the need for glasses.

We have also gotten exclusive images of a model of the device that has not been released and are giving the world its first look at Amazon's hotly anticipated phone, web site BGR said.

"As you can see in these images the phone has a protective shell to protect it from the prying eyes of. This is intended to prevent anyone without authorization from taking a look at the design of the phone.

It is expected that it will feature a 4.7 inch screen.

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The phone is displayed inside a protective case to protect its final design. However the four cameras are clearly visible in each corner

The phone looks similar to Nokia's Windows Phone, with its large, rounded shell. i'm the great wizard However, this is believed to be an imitation of the final design.

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