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If the rumors are to be believed (and a handful of leaked photos), Amazon.com will announce a smartphone at a press event today. The feature set is intriguing and, if true, it could alter the way we consume data, play games and shop.
The smartphone space is a crowded one with Apple's iPhone, devices from Google, Samsung, HTC and LG – so another entry will be fighting to get some attention. There's also the BlackBerry still struggling to maintain marketshare after it nearly dominated the space just a decade ago. But a phone backed by Amazon and tied seamlessly into what it has to offer will likely give it the same popularity as the Kindle.
The phone is rumored to have a 3-D interface, which will be huge for gaming. Mobile gaming is becoming a big part of the gaming industry and by some estimates will be a $60B market in the coming years. 3-D would push the space further still and far beyond the simple Candy Crush games.