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Sunday, August 11, 2013



A couple of weeks ago, specs of Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 2 worked their way through the internet grapevine. While the two models of the upcoming Kindle Fire HD 2 look like a fine (albeit rather standard) hardware update, that still left its little brother, the entry-level, non-HD Kindle Fire safe behind that grapevine. Now, though, the full specs of the tablet has reportedly leaked.
The same anonymous sources that leaked the Kindle Fire HD 2 specs have now gone on to reveal the entry-level model’s. If accurate, the upcoming  2013 Kindle Fire will contain a dual-core 1.5GHz Texas Instruments OMAP4 4470 processor with PowerVR SGX544 graphics. This combo is what powered the first two Kindle Fires, so the new iteration is somewhat living in the past. It will contain 1GB of RAM, a 1280×800 HD display, and run Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2. As for storage capacity, the sources say the 2013 model will release in an 8GB version for the $159 price of the current model, with 16GB and 32GB versions available at a higher cost.
The model this new 2013 version is replacing contains a 1024×600 screen, 8GB of storage space, a dual-core 1.2GHz Texas Instruments OMAP4430, and 1GB of RAM. So, while the new reported model will receive an upgrade in key areas such as the processor and display, the RAM appears to remain the same, as well as the base 8GB of storage — as well as the price.
There’s no official word yet on a release date (or the specs, technically), but the tablets are expected to be released this fall.

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