The Seattle based e-commerce giant is in news for bringing up a Kindle Fire 3D smartphone by the end of second half this year. The reports from The Wall Street Journal stated that the Amazon is expected to announce a 3D smartphone which will be capable of displaying 3D images without a need of 3D glasses.
Amazon has already introduced it to the developers and by the end of second half this year, this new device will also be in hands of the customers. There have been no words from the company about this news, but we are expecting it to have the Google Android running on it.
The time by which Amazon will be introducing it, Apple at the WWDC, which is set to happen in June, will also be announcing some upcoming devices or software updates, which may include a new Macbook Air with Retina Display and the iOS 8.
Despite being a e-commerce giant, Amazon will be introducing this new phone to compete and capture the market which is still under the rule of the Apple and Samsung. Amazon in the past has also introduced Fire TV and Kindle to compete with products like Apple TV and Google Chromecast.
Recently Amazon also introduced a device called ‘Dash’ for users to shop with AmazonFresh, a service which allows customers to have the household’s and groceries to be delivered by the next morning. service. Limiting its availability to only Seattle, San Francisco and Southern California, Amazon is testing the new service and will be expanding to other cities and countries. Earlier we reported that the Dash, which is a six inch device, is directly connected to the customer’s AmazonFresh account.
And with this new product, Amazon is also planning to have the hand written list from the customers. Amazon is probably going to use Whispernet for it, which is used to deliver ebooks to the Kindle devices. A customer can upload the list of the items to be delivered by the AmazonFresh.