Posted by: GNeville in Amazon, Android, tags: Amazon
Speculations about the upcoming Amazon Kindle Fire tablet (Amazon kindle fire II) are getting rife.
More images of the anticipated device popped up on the Internet courtesy of The Verge. The original Kindle Fire made a lot of impact with its $200 price tag and now the company feels its right to introduce a successor.
New images of the new Kindle Fire confirmed the front facing camera and Skype integration. We can guess nothing better than a 7-inch Tablet wearing darker color tones with nurtured and cleaner interface while maintaining the feel of the original Kindle UI on top of Android.
Pcmag also gathered that Nokia's Mapping Service will reportedly be included in the next iteration of Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet, which is expected to bring the competition close to Nexus 7 Tablet from the search giant Google. Location based capabilities that require GPS or WIFI triangulation are also expected.
Truth be told, the original Kindle Fire Tablet from Amazon excelled even without the navigation services. We hope it would do better this time because rivals are betting on more affordable Tablets.
In the mean time, feel free to check out those images and let us know what you make of them.