Amazon revealed yesterday during earnings that while revenues are growing, so are losses. That’s thanks at least in part to the development and production of the Amazon Fire Phone, which goes on sale exclusively at AT&T starting today.
The phone has been up for pre-order for a while, but today is the first time general consumers will get hands-on with the device.
In terms of specs, we’re looking at a 4.7-inch IPS screen, a 13MP rear-facing camera (complete with image stabilization and a f2.0 lens), a quad-core 2.2GHz chip, and 2GB of RAM. But beyond sheer horsepower, the Fire phone has a gimmicky feature called Dynamic Perspective, meant to let users employ gesture-based commands that yield 3D effects within various apps and services.