Roku, the maker of the Roku, has released a new smart phone that looks a lot like a smartphone.
The Roku 3 is available for pre-order today and is the first smart phone with a built-in camera.
It is a $249 device with 64GB of storage, and will ship this fall.
It will cost $499 for 64GB.
The phone will run a custom version of Android 5.0 Lollipop and is powered by a Snapdragon 400 processor.
It runs on a 4G LTE network and has 2GB of RAM.
Roku says the device has been optimized for Android’s “big screen” features.
Roku says the Roku 3 will be compatible with all the latest Android smartphones and tablets.
The device will also have an NFC antenna for voice, video, and music streaming.
A Roku spokesperson told The Washington Times the phone’s design was inspired by the Apple iPhone and Android’s Nexus 5 smartphone.
It is the third Roku device to ship with an NFC scanner, and the first to use an Android-based operating system.
The company says the camera is a 16 megapixel sensor and is capable of recording 1080p video at 60 frames per second, 1080p photos at 30 fps, and 2K video at 30 frames per minute.
It also has two microphone and speaker jacks.
Roku claims the camera captures “an immersive photo experience that enhances the experience of watching movies and television shows with a stunning 3D effect.”