It's Microsoft's first-ever Android phone. The company has taken the cover off the Nokia X2, positioned as an affordable smartphone to reach the "next billion" people with mobile Internet.
There are two ways to view the Amazon's new smartphone: It's either the latest in a long line of phones with fancy features many people will never use or a magic wand for shopaholics.
With the unveiling of its first smartphone, Amazon set out to do something different. How about a completely new way of interacting with your phone, for starters? It's called "dynamic perspective."
Google and Microsoft are doing something they've never done before -- incorporating a "kill switch" into the next generation of their mobile operating systems. Apple already has a kill switch in iOS.
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