I see that, for now, Echo devices provide bluetooth multimedia audio service only, and doesn't provide bluetooth phone service. Now, knowing that Alexa already has my full contact list, wouldn't it be better if Echo devices would be able to make/receive bluetooth voice calls? And Alexa, if the device provides that service, and a mobile phone is connected via Bluetooth (Echo devices support only 1 active bluetooth connection, by the way) would let the user do voice calls, and, if not, could say something like "I'm sorry, this function is not supported on this device" , or something like that???
And, if this is too complicated to be integrated into Alexa, even without Alexa I think this function is basic.. Isn't it absurd that an Echo device is able to do lots of things, also thanks to Alexa, but isn't able to manage a simple voice call on the Bluetooth device??? I think that you could at least take this small step, just implementing the bluetooth phone service without Alexa's presence (the action button is enough or, if that button could cause bugs, even without anything, just microphone and speaker function)
Also, if you guys are going to implement this function, is it gonna be inside new-gen Amazon Echo devices only, or will a firmware upgrade do the job to current Amazon Echo devices as well? Thank you in advance.