Amazon will probably unveil the third generation of its Kindle Fire Tablets this autumn. As per the tradition, the new tablets will witness an up-gradation in terms of high definition displays and rapid processors.
Going by the reports from some leading tech portals, the new 7 inch Kindle Fire HD will host a resolution of 1920x1200 pixels. The other 8.9 inch screen variant will feature a 2560x600 pixel display.
In addition to this, there would be a new driving force integrated with these Tablets. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 chipset will introduce itself to the Kindle Fire Tablets ecosystem. The most powerful chip from Qualcomm will fill the void of TI OMAP 4 processors, earlier used in Amazon’s tablets. The processor replacement became feasible after it came to the knowledge that Texas instruments will no longer produce chips for electronic devices.
The rarity factor involved in this rumour is the involvement of a high end Snapdragon processor, that too with Amazon which follows the trend of offering mediocre hardware configurations at low end price.
Some of the other leaked features stated by the source involves a 2GB RAM and an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. If the new tablets are launched at the same price as the older one’s, users will relish a flawless display with a fast processor.
But all this, only if speculations turns out to be Realistic.