BGR posted a leaked picture of the upcoming Amazon (Fire) smarphone and says it will sport a 4.7-inch touch-screen display with 720p HD resolution and run a modified version of Android like Amazon's Kindle Fire tablets.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon application processor, pack 2GB of system memory, and sport "six individual camera modules."
These include a "3D" display and a natural user interface incorporating gesture control, as well as a mysterious, possible data plan subsidy package supposedly being cooked up with AT&T called "Prime Data."
"Prime Data could be a special plan tied to Amazon's smartphones that gives users a certain amount of free access to streaming movies, TV shows, music, and other Amazon services over cellular data networks," BGR said.
The pictured device will be the "first of several smartphones Amazon is planning to release," according to the site. Amazon will publicly reveal the phone in about a month.