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[* black] Here's the phone in action. The first blinky dot you see is the proximity sensor trying to figure out if there's anything in front of the phone.
[* black] We click the power button and the IR projectors go to work. Notice the 3D effect of the background works intermittentlyis intermittent.
[* black] That's because the system only renders the 3D effect when it finds a face, starts making the 3D effect, thenit stops once it loses facial recognition. ThatThis helps the Fire Phone minimize its battery consumption.
[* icon_caution] Speaking of whichbattery usage, the phone got quite warm while we were capturing this footage. The Fire Phone was aptly named.
[* black] We click the power button and the IR projectors go to work. Notice the 3D effect of the background works intermittentlyis intermittent.
[* black] That's because the system only renders the 3D effect when it finds a face, starts making the 3D effect, thenit stops once it loses facial recognition. ThatThis helps the Fire Phone minimize its battery consumption.
[* icon_caution] Speaking of whichbattery usage, the phone got quite warm while we were capturing this footage. The Fire Phone was aptly named.