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Posted at 12:50PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014

Amazon's Fire Phone is a disappointment. Reviews of the device all pose a question Pando has been asking since the device first became something more than an oft-repeated rumor: Is this really something that consumers need — or even want — to spend hundreds of dollars on?

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