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Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelFire Phone
DateSep 2014

Amazon Fire Phone Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-09-11
For its first phone Amazon has taken its Fire 3.6 OS, designed originally for the company's range of wide, landscape-aspect Kindle Fire tablets, and reworked it for a taller, portrait display. The app carousel has now been shrunk to fit the top half of th...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
“Mayday” customer service feature lets you virtually chat with an agent, Access to Amazon store and servicesPoor battery life, Camera quality subpar compared to other phones, Fire OS takes some getting used to
Amazon's foray into the smartphone industry didn't arrive with quite the bang the company was hoping for — competing with tech giants Apple and Samsung is no easy task. Although the Fire phone may be the best choice for hardcore Amazon fans, it will take...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-16
Very bright screen, Display with accurate colors, Fast in apps and games, Sturdy chassis, Support for many LTE bands, Fast WLAN, Innovative 3D interface, Usable runtimes, Great service "Mayday"Low-resolution display, App selection limited, Strong relationship with Amazon, User interface outdated and confused, Only one year warranty, Mediocre sound quality
Four eyes see 3D. Amazon's Fire Phone aims to offer innovative features for a small price, but the online retailer has not got a lot of praise so far. Our review shows why we are not convinced, either...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-20
After my initial inspection and configuring the phone settings according to my routine desires. I now post my review specifically focusing on build quality, application, performance, drawbacks and value for money rather than unjustly comparing the feature...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-18
The wild speculation and early rumours suggested that the Amazon Fire Phone was going to be something special, but while those rumours left us idly dreaming of a phone with a holographic 3D display (not to mention a bundled Amazon Prime drone for instant ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-16
When it comes to smartphones, there was a time when cheap really meant shitty. That's no longer true. But which cheap phones are worth buying? I found two.Like many of you, I used to be sucked into the endless black hole that was crazy expensive smartphon...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-08
Decent battery life, above-average cameraBulky design, disappointing screen, front-facing camera set-up is ugly and unnecessary, no microSD slot
THE FIRE PHONE is Amazon's first foray into the crowded Android smartphone market, and while it hasn't been on shelves long, early signs are the move isn't working out too well for the company....
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Reviewed on 2014-11-26
Sales of the AT&T exclusive have been disappointing, to put it mildly, with the failure blamed on overly ambitious pricing and mediocre hardware. Jeff Bezos's latest toy is now available in Blighty through an exclusive deal with O2. Amazon and O2 are cer...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-25
In our Amazon Fire Phone vs iPhone 6 comparison we find a smartphone that is locked into an expensive ecosystem with the express purpose of generating revenue for the parent company. And the Fire Phone is similar. We tested both the Amazon Fire Phone and...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-04
Nice exposure in both low and bright lighting conditions,   Good preservation of detail when shooting with outdoor lighting,   Fast autofocus in bright lightWhite balance is yellow/green on sunny pictures shot outdoors,   Sharpness is different between the center and the edges of the image,   Strong flare visible in sunny backlit shots,   Strong color fringing noticeable,   Unstable and inaccurate autofocus,...
Amazon has dived head-first into the competitive Smartphone market with its first device — the Amazon Firephone. Offering a 4.7in 1280x720 resolution screen, 2GB RAM Snapdragon 800 chipset, and Amazon's own Fire OS, the Firephone is available in either 32...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-24
Tied into Amazon's strong ecosystem; Respectable cameraConfusing interface; Dynamic Perspective feels gimmicky; High price; No core Google apps
Amazon is hoping to translate the success of its Kindle Fire tablet range to the ultra-competitive smartphone market with the launch of the Fire Phone handset . Now available in the UK priced at £399 SIM-free or free from £33 per month exclusively throug...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-23
3Dstyle dynamic perspective is a wonder to look at, Sleek allblack design, Plenty of unique featuresLack of Google Play apps, Average rearfacing camera, Ergonomic stumbling blocks
Price: £399.99OS Android Kitkat 4.4Processor 2.2 GHz quad-coreScreen 4.7-inchesResolution 1280 x 720 pixelsMemory 2GBStorage 32GBmicroSD compatible? Yes, up to 64GBCamera 13MP, 2.1MPVideo 1080pConnectivity 4GDimensions 139.2 x 66.5 x 8.9 mmWeight 160gBatt...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-21
Decent screen, Impressive snapper, Perfect for serious Amazon usersUnfriendly software, Major selling point is just a visual gimmick, Uninspiring design
Amazon's Fire Phone is one of a kind for a number of reasons – first up is its 3D UI, which reacts to the way the phone and user move. Then there's the way you can get live help straight away from the nice people at Amazon. Lastly – and shopaholics beware...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Good quality screen, Impressive camera, Ideal for heavy Amazon usersUnintuitive software, Major feature is a visual gimmick, Bland design
The Fire Phone by Amazon is unique for several important reasons. A 3D user interface which reacts to how you and the phone move; a system for receiving live and immediate technical help from Amazon staff, via webcam; a way of buying almost anything onlin...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Lovely screen, fast processor, decent build quality, 4G, Mayday video support, oneyear Amazon Prime subscriptionCamera could be better, no Google Play, user interface and gesture controls take some getting used to, battery life not great
Amazon's ongoing campaign to make it easier to buy stuff continues with the first Fire phone. It comes with a 'Dynamic Perspective' screen and an extensively tweaked version of Android, but while the Amazon universe may be a lovely place to visit, would y...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-09
Reasonable battery life, Aesthetically pleasing, 24/7 help is unrivalledNo back button, Fewer apps, Overpriced, No Full HD
Ben Griffin checks out the £400 Amazon blower, the Fire phone, sporting a strange 3D interface and 24-hour live help.Amazon has seen great success with the Kindle ebook reader, plus the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HDX tablets, for a good while now. Howeve...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-02
The Fire phone is Amazon's first smartphone and it has a couple of unique features including special front-facing cameras which create a pseudo-3D effect throughout the operating system. There's also Firefly which uses the camera to recognise text and obj...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-01
The Amazon Fire Phone is now on sale with O2, following in the footsteps of Amazon's e-readers and Android tablets, and bringing with it the e-tailer's unique software services and 4G connectivity for even faster impulse purchasing. But is a Fire Phone re...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-26
There are so many smartphones on the market today sometimes it's hard to tell them apart, but if there's one thing you can safely say about the Amazon Fire phone it's that it's different.Not so much physically – in that sense it looks a lot like the Son...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-11
Easy to use with one hand, Solid camera, Comes with free year of Amazon PrimeDull design, Some unintuitive software and lacking app selection, Underwhelming battery life
The most important part of my phone review process has always been deciphering the point of each little wonder that makes it into my hands. Some do it better than others, but most smartphones today have the usual stuff down pat. The screens are fine, the ...
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