Amazon development of a three-dimensional screen phone




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Amazon development of a three-dimensional screen phone

It is expected that the phone is part of a series “Kindle” and works a modified version of the Android system.

According to a report published by the Wall Street Journal, that the American company Amazon plans to launch a smart phone of the series “Kindle,” and so on style tablet Hawwasabha of a series of “Kindle Fire” running a modified version of the open source Android system.

The report said that Amazon is currently working on chanting test carries one three-dimensional display technology does not require special glasses, will carry the phone naturally high specification. The phone offers a technique to track the movement of the eye, may be similar to the technology provided by Samsung on her recent “Galaxy S 4” which is apparently expected as well as in the phone from Amazon is supposed to be in advance so that it focuses on reading dramatically, where they can employ technology to turn pages automatically when you finish reading each page.

According to the report, the eye tracking technology may also be used to improve the quality of the three-dimensional effect where it can be by knowing the direction of the eye to focus three-dimensional image accordingly, so the user will not be confined to given within a certain angle to get the best possible picture.

In addition to the phone report said that Amazon is also working to develop a voice specialist running cloud music that the user purchased through their account in the Amazon. It also works well – according to the report – to develop a supplement to your TV set-top box allows watching movies and TV over the Internet.

The newspaper said that all of these devices are still under test and development, and thus we have seen all, or watch some of them on the market, which is expected to be disclosed in the next few months.

It is noteworthy that companies such as “HTC” and “LG” had previously made three-dimensional screen phones, but these phones have not been widespread enough in the market.
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