First Look at Amazon Smartphone with Glasses-Free 3D Dylan Duarte April 16, 2014 Is that plumber still around from the LG post? We’ve got leaks springing up all over the place. An Amazon smartphone has been discussed for some time now and the latest rumors suggest that we may finally see its release this year, specifically as a timed US-exclusive launch in June. Tech site BGR has acquired photos that, while they don’t provide a real good look at the Amazon smartphone thanks to a thick casing, at least prove that it’s an actual thing. The picture shows a 4.7-inch IPS display, likely LCD-based. According to rumors and speculation, the phone will use a quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage. Then, there’s talk of the multiple front-facing infrared cameras that will work together to create a glasses-free 3D effect similar to the Nintendo 3DS, but better. The infrared cameras will track the user’s eyes and face in order to constantly adjust the elements on the screen to maintain the three-dimensional illusion. Shut up and take my money. There’s also talk of a non-3D budget version of the yet unnamed Amazon smartphone (some people are calling it the Kindle Fire smartphone) that may debut later this year, but two dimensions just aren’t enough for me anymore. via Mobile Syrup, BGR Share This With The World!