Watch Amazon’s Fire Phone unveiling for yourself right here [VIDEO]

Interested in how Amazon and CEO Jeff Bezos ushered in their first smartphone? We covered it quite deeply right here on Phandroid, but now you can watch the press unveiling for yourself as Amazon has uploaded their entire conference online.

The Fire Phone is Amazon’s vehicle to push all their wonderful services right into your pocket, and it introduces some unique features that you can’t quite find anywhere else. Dynamic Perspective and Amazon Firefly are perhaps the most interesting, though a slew of other features from Amazon Fire TV and the Kindle Fire tablets have naturally found their way over.

You can read all about it right here, or find out what we believe are its top five features right here. But if you just wanted to see Amazon dole this thing out on stage for yourself then the video above should get you going.

 

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  • Scott Tompkins

    It has some really great features, but lack of Google services (gmail, hangouts, etc) is a deal-breaker for me. Firefly looks pretty sweet, but don’t understand why JB would limit this product-buying facilitator to a single device… wouldn’t be surprised to see that released to all Android devices in the not-too distant future.

  • BronzeLincolns

    TI;DC

  • Splaktar

    Link isn’t click able in Android app

  • xchopx

    enough of this horrible phone already. 50% of the articles on the front page are about this thing. it’s new sure but it’s not exciting enough to beat us to death with. should have started with a poll. “who’s interested in buying the Amazon Fire.” 0-1% would have been enough to tell you to move on.

  • Jay

    I’m starting to get a better appreciation for this phone. It’s still a failure due to pricing structure and limited compatibility with carrier, yet certain features are very simplistic and ingenious in nature. Take for instance the carousel wheel with widgets, and allowing for third-party API’s. Opening up dynamic perspective to the developers is probably the best thing that could have happened for the fire phone. Yes it’s a gimmick, but it’s a deeply embedded gimmick that can be seen throughout the entire structure of the phone which is unique because of its versatility. Even still the phone is ugly, the bezels are ridiculously large and the price point is laughable at best.

    • HotInEER

      I agree. I see some great things that could come from Amazon in the future. I just don’t really like the way the phone looks. That’s important to me.