While no one is going to put the Fire phone on a list of best devices of 2014, the fledgling effort from Amazon is not completely without redeeming qualities and at $199 with a free year of Prime membership (a $99 value) it becomes an enticing device to have around.
At this point, it’s probably safe to say that the Amazon Fire phoneisn’t a runaway hit. Heck, it’s probably not even a regular hit. There are some folks that bought the device, though, and tonight we’ve got some good news for those people.
It’s hard enough keeping track of the latest and greatest smartphone on the market, but it’s nearly impossible to choose which phone is right for you once you add in the cost complexities of buying a phone on or off contract and the dozens of different deals across the web. There are advantages to buying ... Read More »
While Amazon doesn’t release exact sales figures on their devices, rumors have suggested that their first foray into the phone market has failed to catch on with consumers, only selling 35,000 units in their first month based on data analysis by Chitika and comScore.
Today’s move certainly lends credence to those rumors, as Read More »
Amazon took a bold approach with its first smartphone, the Fire phone. At best, you could say Amazon tried to focus on features instead of specs, bringing forward a handful of new ways to interact with your phone and the world around you. At worst, the phone was one big gimmick being sold for ... Read More »
Amazon has just announced their first entry into the mobile handset market called the Fire Phone. Where their Fire line of tablets is geared toward being affordable and making up for a loss of revenue on hardware with content, the Fire Phone is unique device with a top of the line price tag.