While we’re still waiting for the release of the first Amazon Kindle Fire tablet here in the UK, new reports suggest that its sequel come in three different versions.
While previous rumours had suggested the next Kindle Fire would come in 10 and 7-inch variants, numerous Taiwanese publications are now contradicting that, stating that the Kindle Fire 2 will come in an 8.9 inch size and two slightly differing 7-inch models.
The main difference between the two 7-inch versions is said to be screen resolutions: an entry level model will kick off proceedings with a 1024 x 600 resolution, with the mid-range model offering a 1280 x 800 screen.
Moving up to the 8.9 incher, it’ll be Amazon’s top of the line model, offering a full HD screen resolution, with only the new iPad offering more impressive display tech in a tablet.
Of course, as ever, it’s all rumour and speculation at this point. But should the rumours regarding the HD 8.9 incher prove true, the Retina Display of the latest iPad may have a new, cut price rival quite soon.
Via: Unwired View