It’s been a few weeks since we started to hear rumours about the second-generation of Amazon’s low-cost Kindle Fire tablet. Amazon has been silent on this matter therefore nobody really knows what features the new Kindle Fire might have. Though if we believe the rumours that have been published across tech sites, the new Kindle Fire might bring Amazon’s per-device profit to bare minimum.
First up, there might be two tablets, not just one, a 7-incher and a 10.1-incher. The 7-incher would pack a 1280×800 pixel resolution and would be launched in direct competition to Google’s Nexus 7 JellyBean tablet; the 10.1-incher might have a quad-core processor in order to take on the retina display iPad. Also, there have been some rumours that suggest that this time around, Amazon’s new tablet would come in fine metallic casing.
A German tech site T3n.de, based on the rumours that you’ve read above, has created a few mock design pictures of the Kindle Fire 2 tablet. These designs look fantastic but I don’t think Amazon would be able to make a tablet that looks this stunning within 200 bucks. You can view more pictures by following the source link below.