Amazon slashes the cost of its Fire Phone to £99

Amazon’s Fire Phone has been a colossal lemon, and it appears like the organization is pretty much prepared to give up. Taking after various flame deals in the US, Amazon has dropped the cost of its first cell phone by up to 75 percent in the UK. That puts the 32GB model at £99 off-contract, down from £400, and the 64GB variation at £149, which is £330 less expensive than some time recently. The decreases terminate toward the end of the day, be that as it may, so in case you’re interested by the handset’s extraordinary Firefly and Dynamic Perspective gimmicks, you’ll need to act quick. Obviously, such an overwhelming value cut doesn’t take care of the Fire Phone’s bigger issues, for example, its disappointing Fire OS programming, and the certainty’s regardless it bolted to O2, even without an agreement. All the more imperatively, this is an early sign that Amazon is waving the white banner in the UK – its a certain flame approach to move stock while it concentrates on culminating its successor

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