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Amazon to release 3D smartphone: Queen's University expert


Queen’s University technology expert Neil Bearse is available to discuss Amazon’s first smartphone release tomorrow in Seattle.

AT&T Inc. will exclusively carry the new device which features a 3D display without needing to use special glasses. The phone will have retina-tracking technology and four cameras that will allow for an image – similar to that of a hologram – to be displayed.

Please note that Mr. Bearse is only available for phone interviews.

To arrange an interview, please contact communication officers Rosie Hales at 613.533.6000 ext. 77513 or rosie.hales@queensu.ca, or Anne Craig at 613-533-2877 or anne.craig@queensu.ca.

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