New Delhi: As we know that Amazon is working on its first smartphone for a long time now. Now, the first purported press render of the alleged Amazon smartphone has appeared online.
BGR published the image and claims that the render was created for internal use by Amazon's graphic designers, saying multiple sources have verified legitimacy of the render.
The leaked render shows that the smartphone sports a minimalistic design which is reminiscent of Amazon Kindle tablets.
The alleged Amazon smartphone's rear panel is seen with the branding of the company's logo in the middle, while the camera and the LED flash sit on right-top corner.
The bottom panel features Micro-USB charging slot and two speaker grills. The phone appears to be running the native Amazon Store app.
On the left hand side are power and volume rocker buttons, accompanied by a SIM tray.
Rumoured specifications of the yet-to-be-named Amazon smartphone include a 4.7-inch HD display; quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor; 2GB of RAM and six camera modules.
The device is said to run a highly customised Android OS and will also support tilt gestures for interacting with various apps. The software will be similar to that used on the Kindle Fire tablets, and will therefore focus on pushing Amazon's music, video, and other cloud services. According to BGR, multiple trusted sources have confirmed that the image is legit.