You might buy a Fire Phone for its sweet Amazon Prime bundle, or for the Firefly feature that makes it even easier to add to your vast piles of material wealth. You might buy it to fiddle with its Dynamic Perspective display or to see just what its optically-stabilized camera can do. You might even buy it just to say that you own Amazon’s first smartphone. Or, you might decide not to buy it at all, preferring to play the everlasting waiting game we talk about on the Pocketnow Weekly podcast.

Whichever way you go, you’ll want to know what the Fire Phone looks like. Humans being the vain creatures we are, looks are important – even if the first thing you do is slap a case and a screen protector on top of it. And the Fire Phone looks … well, like a few phones we’ve seen before. We’ve called it a few things on the aforementioned podcast, but probably the best description is that it’s a mashup of the iPhone 4 and Nexus 4, stretched taut into an iPhone 5C-sized casing.

Want to evaluate our aesthetic sensibilities? Check out the gallery below, featuring twenty of our best Fire Phone photos. Be sure to speak up down in the comments to let us know what you think of Amazon’s first smartphone, and while you’re waiting for our full review, take a gander at 3 fun ways you can “play with Fire” in the embedded video as well. Enjoy!

Amazon Fire Phone in pictures

3 fun things to do with the Amazon Fire Phone

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