Amazon Fire Phone vs. iPhone 5S vs. Galaxy S5 vs. HTC One M8



Phone-comparison
The HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5, iPhone 5S and Amazon Fire Phone.

Amazon unveiled its highly-anticipated Fire Phone Wednesday.
The phone comes equipped with four front-facing 3D cameras that help enable its "dynamic perspective" head-tracking features.

The Fire Phone has some flashy features, but it's also a lot different from other flagship handsets. Check out the chart, below, to see exactly how it stacks up to the iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One m8.
Amazon Fire Phone
iPhone 5S
Samsung Galaxy S5
HTC One m8
Screen Size
4.7 inches
4 inches
5.1 inches
5 inches
Resolution
1,280 x 720
1,136 x 640
1,920 x 1,080
1080 x 1920
Dimensions
5.5" x 2.6" x 0.35"
4.87" x 2.31" x 0.30"
5.59" x 2.85" x 0.31"
5.76" x 2.78" x 0.37"
Weight
5.64 ounces
3.95 ounces
5.11 ounces
5.64 ounces
Mobile Operating System
Fire OS 3.5.0 (Android)
iOS 7.1
Android KitKat (4.4)
Android KitKat (4.4)
Processor
2.2GHz quad-core processor
A7 chip with 64-bit architecture with M7 motion coprocessor
2.5GHz Quad core application processor
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core 2.3GHz processor
Battery Life
Up to 22 hours talk time
Up to 10 hours talk time (3G)
Up to 29 hours talk time
Up to 20 hours talk time
Storage Space
32, 64GB
16, 32, 64GB
16, 32GB + microSD slot (up to 128GB)
16, 32GB + microSD slot (up to 128GB)
Camera
13MP rear, 2.1MP front
8MP rear, 1.2MP front
16MP rear, 2MP front
4MP rear, 5MP front
Other sensors
3Dynamic Perspective sensor system with invisible infrared illumination, gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometer, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor
Three-axis gyro, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Fingerprint identity sensor
Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass, Barometer, Hall, RGB ambient light, Gesture, Fingerprint, Heart Rate Sensor
Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass, Barometer
Price
$199 (32GB), $299.99 (64GB), $27/month for 24 months (AT&T only), $649(32Gb, unlocked)
$199 (16GB), $299(32GB), $399(64GB)
$199.99 (AT&T, US Cellular, Verizon) $27/month for 24 months (Sprint), $27.50/month for 24 months (T-Mobile), $649 (MetroPCS)
$199.99 (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon)
Carrier
AT&T
AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, US Cellular, Metro PCS
AT&T, Verizon and T-mobile

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    Amazon Fire Phone Display

    The Fire phone has a 4.7-inch IPS display for clear images in bright or dim lighting.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    Glass Back

    The front and back of the Fire phone are ensconced in Gorilla Glass 3. Phone fanatics may recall that the iPhone 4 and 4S also had a dual-glass design.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    Firefly Button

    Below the volume keys is a dedicated "Firefly" button. Press this and you can scan real-world objects (as well as tag audio or video) and get information about the object directly on the screen.
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    Headphones On Top

    The top of the Fire phone has a headphone jack and power button.
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    No Buttons here, mom

    The right side of the Fire phone is button free.
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    Bottoms Up

    The bottom of the Fire phone is a simple microUSB port.
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    Rear Camera

    The rear camera has a 13MP camera.
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    Holy Cameras Batman

    The front of the Fire phone has five, count-em, FIVE cameras. Only one is for selfies. The rest help create the dynamic perspective technology.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    Home Screen

    The homescreen of the Fire can have two views -- just like the Kindle Fire tablets. The grid view shows off the icons for apps.
    There is also a carousel view for browsing content.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    It's 3D...Kind Of

    Four of the cameras on the front of the Fire phone are used to create a dynamic perspective that offers an almost 3D-like experience to how you view objects.
    It means you can look 90 degrees to the left or right of an object and see a more tangible 3D view of maps and icons.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    Gesture Shortcuts

    There are gesture and movement based shortcuts on the phone that can bring up different information. tilt brings up panels, swivel lets you access important information, and peek shows off important details.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    In Your Face Maps

    The 3D effect is subtle, but powerful. Based on how you view an object -- from what angle and from what perspective -- determines how the shadows bevels appear
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    Texting

    Amazon has its own predictive-type keyboard for entering in URLs and texts.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI
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    Firefly

    With Firefly, you can scan in objects by pointing the camera at it. No barcode required.
    IMAGE: MASHABLE, CHRISTINA ASCANI




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