Amazon New Kindle Fire HD is in the making. Will have a Full HD higher ppi Display.

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The tablet makers around the globe are adopting new methods to increase the sales of their products, So are the makers at the Amazon. With the addition of Kindle Fire tablets Amazon also enjoys a huge chunk of US tablet users and they want even more as shown in a report that Amazon is looking forward to release their next high end tablet to be named Amazon New Kindle Fire HD.

As names suggests this upcoming tablet will have a Full-HD display. The current 7-inch Kindle Fire tablet has a display with the resolution of 1280 x 800 pixel while the upcoming New Kindle Fire HD will have a display with the resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels which will have better pixel per inch density than the previous version. This Google’s Nexus 7 rival will adopt most of the specs that are present in the New Nexus 7 tablet which includes the 2 GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and at least 2 GB of RAM.

The New Kindle Fire HD tablet is expected to have an additional front facing camera along side a 5 megapixel back camera. Beside this the upcoming tablet will come in 3 different variants on basis of Storage, the 16GB, 32 GB and the 64 GB versions, To be sure the price will also vary on the basis of internal memory.

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Beside all this we already heard many rumors about the Kindle Fire 10 which is the 10-inch version of the Kindle Fire tablet, still no authentication from the reliable sources and there is no clue found in this recent leaked report as well. It seems that Amazon is happy to upgrade it’s flagship Kindle Fire tablet with some better specs sheet.

It has been suggested that despite the recent Android 4.3 Jelly Bean release, the new Kindle Fire HD will head to retail with version 4.2.2 of Google’s mobile OS in their tablet which will be later upgrade-able to Android 4.3.

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