Amazon's big gala fast approaching and we're expecting a lot of new products: a Kindle Fire, new Kindles with frontlit displays and maybe even a surprise phone. You can see two of them right now. During a Giants vs Cowboys NFL game aired today in the US, Amazon unveiled a brand new ad that shows off never before seen devices. Devices which are very probably the new Kindle and possibly the new Kindle Fire.
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It's long been rumoured — ever since the first Kindle Fire was released really — that Amazon was making a 10-inch, iPad-sized version of the Kindle Fire. According to CNET, that's going to stay a rumour because though Amazon is planning to release TWO new Kindle Fires, they BOTH will be 7-inch versions.
The Verge claims to have an image of Amazon's new Kindle Fire, which is expected to be announced next week. It's possible considering we're almost certain that a new Kindle Fire is on the way, and especially since the current Kindle Fire is sold out at Amazon.
Does this FCC filing reveal information about the next Amazon Kindle Fire? It's hard to say for sure because, as exhaustive detective work by the Digital Reader reveals, it was filed by a front company for a front company that's fronting for someone that's maybe/probably Amazon. Oh the joys of poring over FCC documents!
If you're a Kindle Fire owner and painfully jealous of the new Nexus 7, here's something to make you feel a little better: you can now install Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on your tablet.
AllThingsD is reporting that the next Kindle Fire will be thinner and lighter than the current Kindle Fire with a better display, boosting the pixels to a 1280x800 resolution. Supposedly, Amazon is targeting the second half of the year for the release — late in the third quarter, to be a little more specific.