First images of Amazon's 3D handset show four cameras on the front to create 'floating' display
Last updated 16 April 2014
The first images of Amazon's 3D handset are now available. They show the four cameras that produce floating screens.
Expected to debut in June, the device will utilize retina-tracking technology in order to make images on the display of the smartphone appear to float above the screen like holograms and appear three-dimensional from all angles.'
The latest images also reveal a slim handset even though it's covered in an enclosure to protect its actual design.
Apple's patent system is a bit different from the 3D display Amazon is rumoured being working on. The first images of Amazon's 3D phone were released last week, which is shown below, and appeared to feature four cameras and retina-tracking technology . can be used to create a 'floating screen' effect
HOW IT WORKS
The device comes with a front facing camera in every corner of the screen.
These extra cameras are used to track the location of the user's face and eyes in relation to the phone's display.
This allows Amazon's software make constant adjustments to the positions of on-screen elements, changing the perspective of visuals and allowing them to appear in 3D without the need to wear glasses.
"Finally we have images of a prototype device that is yet to be released, giving the world an initial look at Amazon's highly anticipated phone," web site BGR declared.
"As you can see in the images the phone is protected by an outer shell that protects it from prying eyes. This is to block anyone without permission from looking at the physical design of the phone.
It is anticipated that it will come with a 4.7 inch screen.
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The phone is displayed in a special protective case that protects its final design. The four cameras are clearly visible in each corner.
The phone appears almost identical to Nokia's Windows Phone, with its large, rounded shell. However, this is believed to be an attempt to cover the final design.