Amazon’s mystery product will be a Smartphone as predicted by most of the technologists. Some rumors are also there that it may have an exclusive carrier as AT&T. The Wall Street Journal reported that AT&T will be the only carrier for Amazon’s Smartphone, according to “people familiar with the plans.” The massively popular and one of the biggest telecom provider AT&T already provides wireless service to Amazon’s line of Kindle tablets and e-readers.
Amazon released a YouTube video earlier this month to build anticipation but the clip is more about piquing interest than releasing details. A lot of these featured in the clip can be seen moving side-to-side while staring down at the screen of the unseen device, leading to speculation that Amazon is preparing to release a Smartphone with a 3D holographic display — a device which has been rumored to be in the works at Amazon’s Lab 126 facility in Cupertino, California for some time.
The WSJ also reported that the handset will use retina-tracking technology which is implanted in four front-facing cameras, or sensors. This, sources with knowledge of Amazon’s plans told the publication, would make some images appear to be 3D, much like a hologram.
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