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Amazon Fire Phone launch video now available to watch

Amazon officially unveiled its first smartphone yesterday, and now you can recap all the action as the retailer-turn-hardware maker has outed a full Fire Phone launch event video.

Despite having not offered a live stream of the Seattle-based unveiling, Amazon is keen to let you get the full lowdown on its 3D dynamic perspective bragging device, posting the launch video to its official YouTube feed.

Available to view below, the Fire Phone launch video will let you catch up on Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ on-stage unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and iPhone 5S rival, giving you a detailed – near hour and a half – breakdown of all the phone’s features.

Packing a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and the option of 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, the Amazon Fire Phone features list is further bolstered by a 13-megapixel rear-mounted camera and dynamic 3D interface.

This innovative UI is brought to life by four forward-facing camera which track the head movements of users to offer dynamic perspective 3D images.

Sadly the Amazon Fire Phone will be exclusive to the US at launch, although with a UK expected in the future, take a look at the video and whet your appetite on what could soon be available.

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