• Amazon Fire Phone
    Last Updated: Jan 19th,2015

    The Amazon Fire Phone is the retailer's first smartphone ever. Revealed on June 18th, 2014 and released on July 25th, the Amazon Fire Phone features a 4.7-inch HD display, a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization and more.

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    Amazon Fire Phone update brings Android 4.4 KitKat and over 10 new features

    Amazon Fire Phone owners might not be a plentiful bunch, but those who are rocking the phone as proud as can be will be happy to know a new upgrade is headed your way. The upgrade brings Fire OS’s base platform version up to Android 4.4 KitKat, as well as a slew of new features.

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    Deal: grab the Amazon Fire Phone and a year of Amazon Prime for $189 today

    Amazon is putting on their best deal for the Amazon Fire Phone since dropping it to $200 unlocked back in November. You can now grab the phone in the same unlocked capacity for $189, and don’t forget that comes with a year of Amazon Prime for free.

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    Readers’ Choice Awards: Biggest Fail of 2014

    With less than two days left in the year, we are down to our penultimate category in our 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards. It is now time to announce the winner for the one category where last place would be a better finish than first. Ladies and gentlemen, your choice for the Biggest Fail of 2014.

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    Top 10 Android Stories of 2014

    As the calendar gets closer to 2015 it’s time to look back and recap the past year. 2014 will go down as one of the most important years in the history of Android. Here are the top 10 Android stories from 2014.

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    At $200 unlocked, the Amazon Fire Phone could be one of the greatest holiday bargains

    Amazon seems to have conceded defeat on their first ever smartphone with their latest move: putting the Fire Phone up for $200 unlocked. Bad phone or not, this is not an easy deal to overlook.

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    Amazon blames poor Fire Phone sales on the pricing, ignores other problems

    Despite its name, the Amazon Fire Phone has not been a hot seller. Last week Amazon shared financial data with investors, and they reported a huge quarterly loss. The Amazon Fire phone was likely not the lone culprit of the poor numbers, but it certainly did not help.

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    Amazon takes a $170 million hit thanks to unsold Fire Phones

    f you needed any further proof that the Amazon Fire Phone was an absolute flub, the online retailer announced during their Q3 2014 earnings call that they’ll be taking a $170 million charge for unsold Fire Phones.

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    Amazon Fire Phone permanently discounted to $.99 on a new two-year contract

    In case you didn’t already believe the Amazon Fire Phone wasn’t selling well, perhaps this news might convince you. Amazon has taken the phone down to $.99 when signing a new two-year contract.

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    Did Amazon really only sell 35,000 Fire Phones?

    So how is the Amazon Fire Phone doing in terms of sales? The official numbers haven’t been made public, but recent web traffic data from Chitika could shed a fair bit of light on its performance. Hint: it isn’t great.

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    Amazon Fire Phone Review

    Amazon’s long-rumored smartphone has finally arrived in the form of the Fire Phone. The pseudo-Android smartphone shows its maker’s touch with heavy leanings toward Amazon digital content and features like Firefly that aim to keep consumers embedded squarely in the retailer’s ecosystem, but is it worth the initial investment? Find out in our full review!