Pictures of the fabled Amazon phone have been leaked this week, amidst rumours of a ‘glasses-free’ 3D feature being included.
The feature, which requires five front facing cameras, gives the user a 3D effect on the display of their handset without forcing them into wearing any sort of lenses or glasses.
The leaked pictures also show a series of different angles of the handset, which could be revealed as early as June.
It’s expected that Amazon will only have a few 3D features working by that time, but it should be more than enough to tempt plenty of consumers into investing.
A couple of specs were also leaked along with these pictures, mentioning that the Amazon handset would feature 2GB RAM and a 4.7” HD display.
It’s also widely believed that Android’s Google Play Store will be replaced by the Kindle Store which is seen on Amazon’s famous e-readers.
Rumours have also begun to surface about a possible FireOS, which Amazon will be running on the device as a modified version of Android.
Neither a name nor a price tag has made its way onto the web just yet, but it certainly isn’t expected to be that cheap if it does sport this brand new 3D feature.