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Amazon Fire Phone

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1623 reviews of Amazon Fire Phone. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Opinions about the screen and camera are generally positive. The price and performance also get good feedback. Many are critical about the social networking functionality and GPS navigation. Opinions are divided on the apps.

usability, performance, price, camera, screen

reliability, GPS navigation, social network

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Amazon Fire Phone is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 792 user reviews of Amazon Fire Phone from The average user rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones on People really like the screen and camera. The price and performance are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the reliability.

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82% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Amazon Fire Phone, 32 GB (O2)Amazon Fire Phone, 32 GB (O2)

Oct, 2016

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 1 user review of Amazon Fire Phone from The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other Cell phones on People are impressed by the durability.


100% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.


Oct, 2016

Expert review by: Sean Cameron (

Amazon Fire review


It's so cheap they're selling it in multi-packs

Family friendly ; Sturdy design Fantastically cheap

Poor selection of apps ; Questionable OS design ; Dated screen

With a nice robust design and innovative family features the Amazon Fire tablet is great for kids, but with a poor screen, lack of some core apps and confusing user interface it's not for everyone.

Nov, 2015

Expert review by: (

Amazon Fire review


£50 for a tablet. Sounds like a great deal, right?

Cheap as chips ; Good battery life ; Sturdy build

Laggy processor ; Weak screen

A cut-price tablet that's understandably rough around the edges

Oct, 2015

Expert review by: Katharine Byrne (

Amazon Fire Phone review revisited


A cynical, overpriced phone that's full of adverts and is clunky and difficult to use in almost every way

Sep, 2015

Expert review by: Jim Martin (

Amazon Fire phone review


Even now, over four months after it launched, the Fire Phone remains exclusive to O2 if you want a phone on a contract. You can buy a "phone only" version from Amazon directly and prices have dropped £100 since launch: it now costs £299 for the 32GB...

The Fire phone has a few things going for it, but far too many against it. The choice of apps is more limited than Android or iOS, and the hardware itself isn't exactly a bargain, even at the new lower prices. For roughly the same money on contract you...

Jan, 2015

Expert review by: Chris Smith (

Amazon Fire Phone


Nice try Jeff, but no.

Innovative software ; Dynamic Perspective works well

Huge Amazon lock-in ; Overpriced ; No Google apps

Overall though, despite offering adequate performance, the Fire Phone’s display is a bit of a let down. Considering the SIM-free cost is $649 and akin to the absolute best handsets on the market, there’s no reason consumers should settle for anything...

Aug, 2014

Expert review by: Ben Griffin (

Amazon Fire review: In Depth


Ben Griffin checks out the £400 Amazon blower, the Fire phone, sporting a strange 3D interface and 24-hour live help.

Reasonable battery life ; Aesthetically pleasing ; 24/7 help is unrivalled

No back button ; Fewer apps ; Overpriced ; No Full HD

Amazon has had plenty of time to bring out a decent smartphone and certainly deep enough pockets to do its research. In many ways, the Fire phone is likable. The camera and hardware are solid and there are elements of the OS we started to appreciate....

Oct, 2014

Expert review by: Alex Todd (

Amazon Fire Phone Review: First Look


Amazon's just released its first smartphone. It has six cameras, a 3D interface and helps you buy Amazon products. Go figure. Read our review »

Right now, Amazon’s new Fire Phone looks to be a US exclusive, more specifically an AT&T exclusive, available for $199 on a two-year plan and comes with a year's free Amazon Prime subscription. But plans for this new slice of Amazonian mobile tech to...

Jun, 2014

Expert review by: Mark Peters (

Amazon Fire smartphone


Amazon Fire Android smartphone : Amazon unveiled Fire, the first smartphone designed by Amazon. Fire is the only smartphone with Dynamic Perspective and Firefly, two new breakthrough technologies that allow you to see and interact with the world...

Amazon Fire ships on July 25 and is available exclusively on AT&T - the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network. Starting today, customers can pre-order Fire at the Amazon website and in AT&T retail locations nationwide. Amazon Fire with 32GB memory is...

Jun, 2014

Expert review by: (

Amazon Fire review: Ridiculous bargain or a waste of £50?


Amazon's £50 tablet leaves you in no doubt why it's so cheap, but that doesn't make it unusable

The Fire has a 7in IPS display, although the thick frame makes it look smaller than it is. Come to the Fire from a 2013 Nexus 7 or even the 2013 Fire HD and you would swear that it had a tiny 6in panel. And, just when you thought 800 x 1,280 was...

Apr, 2016

Expert review by: Sasha Muller (

Amazon Fire Phone review


Amazon attempts to light up the competition with its first smartphone, the Fire Phone

If it were retailing for nearer £150 SIM-free, the Fire Phone wouldn’t be a bad budget phone – viewed in that context, the combination of decent performance and an excellent screen would make its flaws far easier to forgive.

Dec, 2014

Product Specifications


Audio system:Dolby Audio
Built-In Microphone: Yes
Built-in speaker(s): Yes


Battery life (max):7


Front Camera: Yes
Rear camera: Yes
Rear camera resolution (numeric):2


Colour of product:Black
Form factor:Slate
Kids tablet: No


Display diagonal:17.8
Display Resolution:1024 x 600
Display Technology:IPS
Pixel density:171
Touch technology:Multi-touch
Touchscreen: Yes


E-mail: Yes


4G: No
Bluetooth: Yes
WAP: Yes
Wi-Fi standards:IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n


Accelerometer: Yes
Audio formats supported:AAC, MIDI, MP3, MP4, OGG, PCM, WAV
Document formats supported:AZW, DOC, DOCX, PDF, TXT
GPS (satellite): No
Image formats supported:BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG
Video formats supported:3GP, M4V, MKV, MP4, VP8, WEBM

Ports & interfaces

DC-in jack: Yes
Headphone connectivity:3.5 mm
Headphone Out: Yes
Micro-USB 2.0 ports quantity:1


Processor Cores:4
Processor frequency:1.3


Operating system installed:Android


Card reader integrated: Yes
Compatible memory cards:MicroSD (TransFlash)
Internal storage capacity:8
Maximum memory card size:128
Storage Media:Flash

Weight & Dimensions

Height :11.5
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