3D if Amazon can pull it off - trumps any larger iPhone 6 screen. By a mile. But Amazon is not stopping at 3D. No it way bigger then that. Unfortunately those who bought Apple over the last few days could be hurt badly, if Amazon undercut the competition with low price yet still offer an excellent smartphone.
and that is a "FACT". The big question though is though - "What Happens to Apple Stock on the 18th - If Amazon has the Goods"?
then the question is will explode higher after the "news" breaks?
Amazon up $7 today dude - Apple up 65 cents. You do the math but in the big picture Apple shareholders will be freaking out next week as Bezos presents and says "We Now Have a Smartphone At A Very Reasonable Price That Everyone Will Want". And with that statement Amazon stock takes off and Apple falls under $88 a share. Ouch.
before it just 20%
Amazon will dramatically broaden the number of third-party merchants and allow subscription billing (as opposed to just one-time purchases) that can bill through Amazon Payments -- including mobile carriers. Amazon would allow users to manage all of these subscriptions through their Amazon account. That could allow customers to buy app content and pay for cellular service through one payment provider. The e-commerce titan has also been testing a checkout system for physical retailers.
Wonder how Amazon's new 3D smartphone impact Apple? It could be an interesting trading day on the 18th as Amazon stock jumps and Apple stock ???? (drops)
Thanks to the new service launched on Monday, Amazon’s more than 240 million active users will be able to use their credit card details, stored on the company’s website, to pay for various services, including paying off monthly bills and subscription fees for online products such as digital music. Amazon will charge vendors a fee on every transaction made through its platform, Reuters reported. “You should see it as one of many things that we'll do to expand where people might think about Amazon helping them,” Tom Taylor, Amazon’s vice president of seller services, told Reuters in an interview.
Amazon was reportedly working on the new service for several months with start-ups including Ting, a Canadian mobile phone company owned by Tucows Inc (NASDAQ:TCX). According to Justen Burdette, a product manager at Ting, people using Amazon’s new online payment service, while it was being tested, spent 30 percent more on products listed on Ting’s website. While some merchants are said to be worried about giving away customer details to Amazon, Taylor said that the company only collects information about the dollar amount of each transaction and not any “item-level information,” Reuters reported.
According to Taylor, users should feel secure about handing over their credit card details to Amazon.
“If you think about giving a merchant that you may not know very well the right to continue to charge your credit card in the future, you really want to know that a good relationship with Amazon stands behind that,” Taylor told Reuters.
We got a taste of Amazon stock jump last week regarding new smartphone announcement. This coming week the stock should move way higher as more positive reports coming in regarding 3D technology and Amazon's plans to market new smartphone. Blackberry and Nokia are in trouble now and it will be interesting to watch Apple and Samsung stock price as we get closer to June 18th. Amazon is now a "strong buy" and "shorts" know it.
Make no mistake about it: Just as Amazon is synonymous with online retailing for many, and Kindle close to a generic name for e-book readers, Prime is on its way to becoming the standard for convenience in shopping.
Prime is competition for Wal-Mart and Costco, no doubt, but it’s also becoming a competitor to Apple, FedEx, Netflix, ShopRite and Walgreens. That’s a crazy hodge-podge of a list of competitors — a sign of Amazon’s ambitions for Prime.
Amazon now starting to fire on all cylinders, as the stock heads for $400 and beyond.
and if true you might see all smart phone in use and future production turned on their HEADS.
Beyond the 3D effect, BGR reports that the phone's software will respond to an innovative gesture control that will allow you to tilt the phone in various directions—to the point that BGR's sources suggest you don't need to touch the phone at all to accomplish certain tasks.
and it going to blow away the competition. Thinking we could close near $330 today as more new investors buy in for June 18th "big" news.
and move higher into next week. Looks like Amazon stole a little thunder from Apple regarding Monday's Apple stock split. Could 3D phones be the wave of the future????
And I think we will see Amazon stock move higher over next two weeks as leaks spread regarding new 3D phone and more analysts upgrade Amazon as either a "buy" or "strong buy"
According to a rumor by the Wall Street Journal the new technology would be able to track the viewing angle of the user and ensure that the 3D experience was maintained. If this is true (or even possible) it would be a very interesting experience. For the user the 3D viewing would be much more natural and visible at almost any viewing angle (the panel would determine the actual angles). It would also mean that it would be possible to have more than one person viewing the screen and get the same effect
but I still think there is room for Apple and Amazon to run higher. Samsung might be the company more impacted by what Amazon does, since the Amazon 3D phone will probably be priced at the lower in of the pricing range. In any case Amazon sure looks like a buy going into June 18th.
and many are starting to wonder if Amazon might just have the perfect summer block buster in a new 3D phone to blow away the competition.