Citing anonymous industry sources, The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon's first smartphone, which is scheduled to be officially unveiled in an event in Seattle tomorrow, will be exclusive to AT&T.
Amazon already sells its cellular versions of Kindle tablets on AT&T, so a continued partnership with the carrier for its first smartphone does not seem too unlikely. Earlier rumors regarding the smartphone also mentioned an exclusive deal with AT&T along with an Prime Data service, which sees businesses like Amazon picking up the tab for any streaming content that is directed from its servers.
Amazon's smartphone is said to feature four front-facing cameras that provide a 3D user interface without the use of glasses. In addition, the device is said to feature a 13 MP rear camera, 2 GB RAM, a 4.7-inch 720p display and a Snapdragon CPU. On the software side of things, the smartphone is rumored to run a customized version of Amazon's Fire OS
We should have more concrete information for you once Amazon officially announces the smartphone tomorrow. Until then, check out a render of the device, read about the 3D technology that is being used on the smartphone and see the video Amazon has put together for the launch event.