The rebooted Fire will allegedly have a camera and volume control butons, though other specs like onboard memory and processor are rather vague. While CNET does have some info from a “credible” source, much of its post relies heavily on chatter from unreliable Digitimes. However, a new Kindle Fire is not outside of the realm of possibility. In fact, with the one year anniversary of the announcement of the first-gen device coming up, and with several of its competitors coming out with new slates, an update is rather likely. [CNET]
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