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Strap in, folks. This one's gonna be a doozy. We were in Seattle this week for the launch of the Amazon Fire Phone and T-Mobile's latest "Uncarrier" events, and they both were big ones. Plus we give some last-minute thoughts on Google I/O before next week's developer conference. Join us!
Thing 1: Amazon Fire Phone
- Amazon Fire Phone hands-on
- Amazon Fire Phone specs
- The Amazon Fire Phone hands-on video!
- Pre-order the Amazon Fire Phone direct from Amazon, starting at $199
- Fire Phone will be AT&T exclusive, ships late July
- Fire Phone landing at AT&T in 32GB for $199 and 64GB for $299
- Amazon Fire Phone runs latest Fire OS, looks a lot like a smaller Kindle Fire
- Amazon announces Firefly, visual search on steroids
- Fire Phone comes rich in content
- Amazon's Fire Phone features a 13MP f2.0 camera and unlimited cloud storage
- Amazon Prime has 'tens of millions' of happy customers
- Amazon licensing Android Appstore to BlackBerry
- Amazon Appstore triples selection in a year to 240,000 apps
- Win a 64GB Amazon Fire Phone from Android Central!
Thing 2: More T-Mobile Uncarrier craziness
- T-Mobile announces two massive network expansions
- Uncarrier 6: T-Mobile frees music from your data limits
- T-Mobile says it's open to adding more music services to Music Freedom
- T-Mobile teams up with Rhapsody for streaming music app
- Samsung Galaxy S5 joins T-Mobile's VOLTE ranks
- Here's your list of T-Mobile's Wideband LTE and VoLTE markets
Thing 3: Google I/O preview
- Things we think we think.
Thing 4: Other stuff
- Samsung announces Galaxy S5 LTE-A with QHD display, Snapdragon 805 CPU in South Korea
- Samsung: No plans to launch Galaxy S5 LTE-A globally [Update!]
- Nokia launches a predictive Android launcher
- HTC sells 50,000 HTC One E8 phones in China - in just 15 minutes
- Twitter adds native support for animated GIFs
- Nest Protect is back on sale for $99, gesture control not included
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