Finally! The day has arrived. After much speculation about Amazon’s rumored 3D smartphone, we finally got a sneak peak into what the company has been working on. And it’s the Fire Phone. Admittedly, it seems pretty cool. Fire Phone users will be given unlimited photo storage via Amazon’s cloud service, as well as Amazon Prime Music streaming and the Audible market place. Users will even be treated to a free year of Amazon Prime (for a limited time).
The buzz-worthy feature is the Firefly service which scans and recognizes items to subsequently pull up a list of actions. It’s a shopper’s dream.
There’s other features as well including a bevy of cameras, but you know me – I like to focus on what you guys think. So without further ado, here’s the 15 best tweets about Amazon’s Fire Phone.
Amazon’s Fire Phone almost has as many cameras as Twitter has iOS developers.
— Justin Williams (@justin) June 18, 2014
“Jeff, the tech press said the Fire phone has four creepy cameras” “Who?” “Tech blogs…” “Send the drones.”
— Federico Viticci (@viticci) June 18, 2014
The new Amazon Fire Phone calls you every 10 minutes to tell you what customers who bought the Amazon Fire Phone also bought. — Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) June 18, 2014
“[Amazon Fire Phone] will give you nutrition information for food you point it at.” <scan food> Phone: “You disgust me.” <feel ashamed>
— Nathan Smith (@nathansmith) June 18, 2014
I can’t wait until someone gets an iPhone sale notification on their Amazon Fire Phone. — Paul Thurrott (@thurrott) June 18, 2014
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THE $AMZN FIRE PHONE CAN TAKE DICK PICS?!?!?!?
— Kid Dynamite (@KidDynamiteBlog) June 18, 2014
Wait, is the Fire Phone only on AT&T? Hope you don’t expect to make phone calls on it.
— Owen Douglass (@The_Ozone) June 18, 2014
The Amazon Fire phone allows you to watch the company lose money in 3D!
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) June 18, 2014
To send a text message on the Fire Phone, simply flick the top of the device into a glass of still water
— Joshua Topolsky (@joshuatopolsky) June 18, 2014
Amazon’s Fire phone tracks your face whenever you use it, and Apple’s iPhone collects your fingerprint data. WHAT COULD GO WRONG?
— Alex Griendling (@alexgriendling) June 18, 2014
I hope next year Bezos gets on stage and says there is literally no way to even count the number of front-facing cameras on Fire Phone 2
— Casey Newton (@CaseyNewton) June 18, 2014
I’m motion sick just watching this video of the Amazon Fire Phone.
— Jesse Atkinson (@jsatk) June 18, 2014
What do you think about Amazon’s Fire Phone?