New Amazon Phone pictures have leaked, with the latest shots offering an official looking insight into the eagerly awaited handset.
Having been the subject of multiple leaks and near endless rumours in recent months, the latest Amazon Phone pictures appear to show official renders of the heavily skinned Android phone.
Based on the leaked shots, the Amazon Phone will feature a largely underwhelming design, with the two-tone black candybar finish having seemingly taken design pointers from a number of rivals.
With the phone’s overall shape offering echoes to the iPhone 5S – including the base-mounted speakers – the elongated physical home button is reminiscent of the Samsung Galaxy S5. On top of this, there is a little something of both the Google Nexus 4 and BlackBerry Z10 about the sleek, minimalist design.
According to the folks over at BGR, the source of the latest leak, “multiple trusted sources have verified the authenticity of the image, which was created for internal use by graphic designers at Amazon.”
Shown running a UI similar to that found on the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet range, the Amazon Phone is believed to run Android with a heavy overlay.
Although not shown in the image, recent reports have suggested the Amazon Phone’s specs sheet will incorporate a 4.7-inch, 720p HD display, 2GB of RAM and a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
Helping differentiate the device from the masses, the Amazon Phone will also reportedly play host to not just one or two, but six cameras.
As well as the standard rear and forward-facing snappers, the Amazon handset is said to feature four smaller camera modules, one in each of the phone’s front four corners.
The purpose of this is to offer a new, innovative interface with 3D effects with can track the position of the user’s head.
Although there is no word on an exact Amazon Phone release date, it has been claimed the handset will land in a little over a month.
There is currently no word on pricing or availability although, based on Amazon’s past product offerings, we can expect the phone to be exclusive to the US at launch.
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