Amazon Fire Phone gets new updates, including text translation feature

After disappointing sales with its Fire Phone released a few months ago, Amazon has been working on important updates aimed at attracting new markets and, probably, trying to determine people to buy one of the left units.

The Fire Phone was the giant tech company’s first smartphone launched on the market and it featured a 4.7-inch HD display, a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.2 GHz, 2GB of RAM, a rear 13 megapixel camera system capable of HD 1080p video, 4G, Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth support, plus Amazon Music, Instant Video, Kindle Books or Audio-books from Audible, as well as built-in Android apps available on Amazon App store and more.

As regards to its newest updates, Amazon Fire Phone’s new software will include the ability to translate text to and from different languages, and to identify artwork in photos with Firefly. If you are a Fire phone owner or just enthusiastic about purchasing it, there’s also a new camera mode called Best Shot which enables users to visualize three versions of one photo and choose the best one.

It will also include more keyboard language, the option of disabling MMS character counts, a feature of blocking unwanted phone numbers or editing documents in the built-in WPS office app and connecting to a VPN.

Amazon Fire Phone

Source: Engadget.com 

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