Normally companies start making phones, then expand out to set-top boxes and tablets. Amazon has gone the opposite route with the Fire, Fire TV, and now the Amazon Fire Phone. Sporting a 4.7-inch HD display, 13MP rear-facing camera, global LTE, and powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor, the Fire Phone stands out from the crowd thanks to four specialized front-facing cameras that track your head movements, allowing for Dynamic Perspective — a 3D-like view that provides a more immersive experience. In addition, it features a dedicated button for the new FireFly service, which can instantly identify over 100 million things like products, email addresses, phone numbers, songs, TV episodes, movies, and more — and can integrate with third-party apps in ways we/they haven't even thought of yet.
For LG's latest iteration of their G series phones — the LG G3 Smartphone — they've stuck with some of its more defining characteristics, namely buttons relegated to the rear, a curved back, and a large HD screen. But, just about everything has been improved, from a more pronounced curve, to a higher definition screen, to a fingerprint-resistant metal back. Even the camera gets a bump, with a 13 megapixel sensor and improved autofocus. The phone also gets a simplified UI featuring contextual voice alerts that remind you to pack an umbrella or return an ignored call. Its five-and-a-half-inch display sports double the pixel density of full HD, while an improved battery helps to keep those pixels from using up all its juice.