Amazon's Kindle Fire HD has been really doing a great work in the market and BGR has already reported about the next-generation Kindle Fire HD in their previous reports but this time the same site has come up with an augmented report on the entry level tablets from Amazon.
This time it is reported that the entry level Amazon tablets will come with a little bit of bumped up specs in terms of power. Accordingly, the next-gen Kindle Fire tablet will be powered by 1.5GHz dual-core Texas Instruments OMAP4 4470 processor which has already been seen in the previous Kindle Fire HD tablet, along with PowerVR SGX544 graphics.
Moreover the next-generation Amazon Kindle Fire HD is also reportedly said to come packed with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 processor, the latest iteration among the processors. On the other hand the new Kindle Fire tablet is not going to see anything like this, this year, however, the reports add that the next year's Kindle Fire is definitely be carrying a MediaTek's quad-core chip. Thus, TI OMAP processor could possibly be the last one that will feature in this years Amazon Kindle Fire tablet.
Although there is a bit scarce information regarding the specs of the tablet, but one will get to see a regular 1GB RAM supporting the 1.5GHz dual-core T processor. The tablet will be powered by an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. Obviously there is a 7-inch display which will give an output of 1280x800p resolution.
There is no information regarding the type of display it is going to come with and the features but there could be some hidden features kept secret by Amazon to surprise us soon when the tablet will be launched.
As of now the price details have not been disclosed but the regarding the availability, the next generation Kindle Fire is expected to be seen soon by next month along with its two powerful brothers Kindle Fire HD.
However, Amazon has to take a careful move with regards to the pricing of the new Kindle Fire tablet since Nexus 7 and Asus with many others like Samsung and Apple are already playing a tough game in the tablet market.