Compare Prices of Amazon Fire Phone

Cheapest Amazon Fire Phone Price in Philippines is ₱ 5,638.00

The Amazon Fire Phone is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Amazon Fire Phone price in Philippines is ₱ 5,638.00 from Lazada. Amazon Fire Phone price details are updated October 2018.

Amazon Fire Phone Price Guide

Price List by Country for Amazon Fire Phone

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 3.803.000 ₱ 13,541.00
Malaysia MYR 427.00 ₱ 5,551.00
Philippines PHP 5,638.00 ₱ 5,638.00
Singapore SGD 140.90 ₱ 5,520.00

Amazon Fire Phone Specs

Display
Screen Size 4.7"
Display Resolution 720 x 1280pixels
Pixel Density 312ppi
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant No
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 13MP
Front Camera Resolution 2.1MP
Dual camera No
Memory
RAM 2GB
Expandable Memory No
Card Slot No
Battery
Battery Capacity 2400mAh
Talk Time 22h
Platform
Processor Quad Core
Operating System Android
Design
Weight 160g
Body Material Plastic
Dimensions (W x H x D) 139.2 x 66.5 x 8.9mm
Launch
Release Year 2014
Connection
USB Connectors Micro-USB
NFC Yes
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11b
Networking
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Features
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light No
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner No
FM Radio No
3D Touch No

Reviews of Amazon Fire Phone

goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-03
“Mayday” customer service feature lets you virtually chat with an agent, Access to Amazon store and services
Poor battery life, Camera quality subpar compared to other phones, Fire OS takes some getting used to
Amazon's foray into the smartphone industry didn't arrive with quite the bang the company was hoping for — competing with tech giants Apple and Samsung is no easy task. Although the Fire phone may be the best choice for hardcore Amazon fans, it will take...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-06-16
Very bright screen, Display with accurate colors, Fast in apps and games, Sturdy chassis, Support for many LTE bands, Fast WLAN, Innovative 3D interface, Usable runtimes, Great service "Mayday"
Low-resolution display, App selection limited, Strong relationship with Amazon, User interface outdated and confused, Only one year warranty, Mediocre sound quality
Four eyes see 3D. Amazon's Fire Phone aims to offer innovative features for a small price, but the online retailer has not got a lot of praise so far. Our review shows why we are not convinced, either...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-04
Nice exposure in both low and bright lighting conditions,   Good preservation of detail when shooting with outdoor lighting,   Fast autofocus in bright light
White balance is yellow/green on sunny pictures shot outdoors,   Sharpness is different between the center and the edges of the image,   Strong flare visible in sunny backlit shots,   Strong color fringing noticeable,   Unstable and inaccurate autofocus,...
Amazon has dived head-first into the competitive Smartphone market with its first device — the Amazon Firephone. Offering a 4.7in 1280x720 resolution screen, 2GB RAM Snapdragon 800 chipset, and Amazon's own Fire OS, the Firephone is available in either 32...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-09
Reasonable battery life, Aesthetically pleasing, 24/7 help is unrivalled
No back button, Fewer apps, Overpriced, No Full HD
Ben Griffin checks out the £400 Amazon blower, the Fire phone, sporting a strange 3D interface and 24-hour live help.Amazon has seen great success with the Kindle ebook reader, plus the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HDX tablets, for a good while now. Howeve...
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brighthand.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-11
Easy to use with one hand, Solid camera, Comes with free year of Amazon Prime
Dull design, Some unintuitive software and lacking app selection, Underwhelming battery life
The most important part of my phone review process has always been deciphering the point of each little wonder that makes it into my hands. Some do it better than others, but most smartphones today have the usual stuff down pat. The screens are fine, the ...
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talkandroid.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-30
Sometime after Amazon launched their first tablets, the rumors started circulating that they were readying a smartphone. However, it took nearly 3 years until something official was introduced. What took so long? Reports indicated that Amazon went back to...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-28
Solid, understated design, Comes with one year of Prime membership, Amazon Instant Video app, Fun Dynamic Perspective display
Heavy, given small screen size, Lower-resolution screen than competitors', Below-average battery life, Limited voice controls
The Amazon Fire wants to be the David Copperfield of the smartphone world. Here are just a few of the tricks up its sleeve: It can instantly recognize millions of products with the push of a button, deliver 3D-like images on a 2D screen and give you acces...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-26
Provides muchneeded competition in the mobile space, Dynamic Perspective has promise, Great build quality, Solid performance, Free year of Amazon Prime
AT&T exclusive
Bold. That's the word that comes to mind when we consider Amazon's Fire Phone. In a world where precious little has happened in the smartphone space over the past few years, at least in terms of groundbreaking innovation, Amazon's entrance provides all th...
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macobserver.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-21
Includes a year of Amazon Prime, 4.7inch display, Firefly, Carousel, 13 megapixel camera with OIS, 802.11ac, Mayday, very good documentation, 4GLTE, easy Amazon shopping, user file system mountable on Mac (with AFT app).
Not as technically advanced as iPhone 5s (no fingerprint authentication), restricted to Amazon Appstore (Google maps prohibited), Firefly, no hardware encryption, can get very warm, Gorilla Glass back may concern some
As I've said before, if there's one thing I have learned from the evaluation of different Android devices, like the Kindle Fire HD , the Google Nexus , and the Galaxy Note II , it's that the Android 4.x OS is a technical, pleasantly geeky, often beautiful...
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computerworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-06
Decent display, good camera, comfortable to hold, includes ondemand live video support, makes it easy to order products from Amazon, currently comes with free year of Amazon Prime service
Uninspired design, fragile body, heavy for its size, confusing software, unattractive UI with little room for customization, counterproductive 3D effects, limited app selection with no Google services, heavily integrated Amazon purchasing suggestions, cho...
You can now buy almost anything from Amazon -- including a phone made by the retailer itself.I'm talking, of course, about the Amazon Fire Phone , Amazon's first attempt at bringing its own operating system into your pocket or purse. Building off the prog...
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technobuffalo.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-06
I was out to dinner with a friend when a message on my phone came through. Movie at 9—meet in lobby. I responded that we were just finishing up. See you soon.I sent a text to another friend, and then jumped out to the home screen, which is organized with ...
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computerworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-06
Decent display, good camera, comfortable to hold, includes ondemand live video support, makes it easy to order products from Amazon, currently comes with free year of Amazon Prime service
Uninspired design, fragile body, heavy for its size, confusing software, unattractive UI with little room for customization, counterproductive 3D effects, limited app selection with no Google services, heavily integrated Amazon purchasing suggestions, cho...
You can now buy almost anything from Amazon -- including a phone made by the retailer itself.I'm talking, of course, about the Amazon Fire Phone , Amazon's first attempt at bringing its own operating system into your pocket or purse. Building off the prog...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-04
Solid hardware High price for older specifications, Good quality camera with OIS and free cloud storage Androidbased device with no Google services support, Excellent media (ebooks and video) experience with frontfacing stereo speakers Gimmicky Dynamic Pe...
High price for older specifications, Androidbased device with no Google services support, Gimmicky Dynamic Perspective functionality and Firefly service, Only an AT&T exclusive
I attended my first Amazon event back in June and had a chance to get some initial hands-on time with their new smartphone for about 45 minutes. After using a retail Amazon Fire Phone for the past couple of weeks I think it is a great device for Kindle Fi...
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phonedog.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-04
Beau HD reviews the first smartphone Amazon has ever created. While it features a one-of-a-kind 3D experience dubbed "Dynamic Perspective," it struggles to include key features that are necessary to the overall success of a smartphone. Whether that be the...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-01
Good performance. Fire Phone is rocking a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800, and while not the newest processor on the block, it's still plenty fast. Amazon appears to have done a lot to keep Fire Phone performing at top speed, as there isn't a hint of lag anywhere i...
No Google Apps. Using an Androidbased phone without Google Apps is just...bad. And difficult. Most of the features that Android users depend on – like contact sync, Hangouts, Gmail, remote app install, and all the other fun stuff – isn't available on Fire...
Spoiler alert: it's just a gimmick. A novelty. It looks flashy, but doesn't offer a whole lot of utility. Sure, it's cool for about five minutes and is something you can show off to your friends, family, colleagues, and coworkers...but that's about the ex...
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-01
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos denied it for years, but last month the company finally announced its Fire Phone to the world. As of July 24, U.S. folks can buy one starting from $199 with a two-year contract and $649 unlocked so long as they're okay with AT&T as t...
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Pocketnow.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-01
Unprecedented Amazon integration with solid perks for “Amazonians”,  FireOS is refreshing, smooth, and fun,  Dynamic Perspective offers best 3D experience yet,  Well crafted, comfortable hardware,  Solid voice quality
Ridiculous price, Thin app ecosystem, Poor to fair battery life, Middling camera, Unremarkable aesthetic design
The long-rumored, long-awaited “Amazon Phone” is finally here, and it's a doozy in more ways than one. Over the past week of testing, we've shown you its most fun features and run through its camera capabilities, and we've taken your questions live on the...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-30
So is the Fire Phone more than Amazon Prime in your hands? With features like Dynamic Perspective and an a very custom user interface — and a complete lack of all Google services — the Fire Phone has it's work cut out.Let's see what makes this thing tick....
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phandroid.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-30
Tight Amazon integration makes it a fine phone for accessing purchased media, Dynamic Perspective offers an interesting, if not intuitive, take on navigating the phone's interface, Firefly works seamlessly and effortlessly to ID products, music, and more...
Hardware is sluggish, software seems half baked, No access to Google Play or Google services, Battery life left us wanting more
Amazon's long-rumored smartphone has finally arrived in the form of the Fire Phone. The pseudo-Android smartphone shows its maker's touch with heavy leanings toward Amazon digital content and features like Firefly that aim to keep consumers embedded squar...
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phonescoop.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-30
The Amazon Fire Phone is only for two types of people: those who absolutely love Amazon (and, by default, shopping), and those who want something entirely different from Android, iOS, or Windows Phone. If you're not one of these two types, stay away; the...
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