Amazon on Wednesday joined the smartphone wars with the Amazon Fire, a device designed to let you talk to the phone, take great photos and sell you more products. It touts a viewing experience unlike that of any other smartphone. At a press conference in Seattle, Amazon unveiled the Fire, which falls into line with analysts’ predictions – it has four front-facing cameras for facial tracking, a 3-D like “Dynamic Perspective,” view that can change as you move it. Scott more on the device and how it compares to the iPhone, for those of you Apple lovers.
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