This November, Amazon Kindle Fire Android tablet will be a year old. And the next generation Amazon Kindle Fire 2 is underway.
Recently there is news from the Internet that the second generation Kindle Fire will be thinner and lighter, and a built-in camera will be applied to Kindle Fire 2.
It will also have a display resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels — about the same as the iPad 2, and a substantial upgrade from the current Kindle Fire's 1,024 x 600-pixel screen. (The iPad 3's "retina" display is 2,048 x 1,536 pixels, for comparison.)
The screen of Amazon Kindle Fire 2 will not be sharper but will be square instead. The screen of the next Kindle Fire will have an aspect ratio of 1.60, compared to the current Kindle Fire's more elongated 1.71 aspect ratio.
The device is expected to ship before September.
And there is also report that Amazon is going to release two new Kindle Fire models: a 7-inch version called "Coyote" and a 10-inch "Hollywood" tablet. Whether it will be one or two tablets, one thing is sure that the competition will be serious: Apple is planning to launch a 7-inch "iPad Mini" that could come within the price range of the $199 Kindle Fire. Google Nexus 7 has also already received rave reviews from the press "the Android media tablet the Kindle Fire was supposed to be".
Anyway, just wait and see what is bound to happen in the near future.
Three Kindle Fire 2 Tablets are Underway as Reported