Images of the next generation of Kindle Fire HD tablet by Amazon have been revealed online and the photos show similar design for both 7in and 8.9in tablets.
The leaked photos of both the tablet first appeared on BGR .
If the rumours are to be believed, the upcoming Kindle Fire HD will be of an angular design, featuring no physical buttons in the front panel but will carry power and volume controls on the side of the tablet.
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The images also show that the speakers will now be placed on top of the device instead of the bottom. The leaks mostly display the front panel of the device and hence not much is known about the back flip of the tablet.
It is also being said that the device will feature a 7in display with a screen resolution 1,920X1, 200 pixels, which is the same as the revamped Nexus 7. It will be powered by a 2GHz quad-core processor of Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 along with a 2GB of RAM.
The tablet is speculated to run on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, which is surprising as the tablet could have been updated to the latest Android 4.3. The flagship device is predicted to launch in three variants of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, reported Cnet US.
The 8.9in variant of Amazon Kindle Fire HD tablet will have similar specifications as the 7in variant, except the screen resolution, which will be of 2,560X1,600 pixels.
The 7in variant of Kindle Fire HD tablet is predicted to launch soon but the bigger version is due in November.
Amazon Tablets have always been appreciated by the users but it offers limited features. The Android based devices offers the customers with options to play games, watch movies and also features an array of apps. All these features can be accessed with the help of Amazon's own services, reported Cnet UK.
While the service might offer numerous features, it lets users stream movies but not download it, to watch it on their tablets when they are offline.
Just a day after Apple released its new iPhone line-up, rumours about Amazon Fire have started doing the rounds.
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