Will Amazon Really Dump The Plan Of 10 Inch Kindle Fire Tablet ?

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A fierce competition is approaching to Tablet segment later this year and of course, low-priced Tablets are going to stronghold the market. But important point is here; citing to a reliable source, CNET has revealed that Amazon has planned to double down the market share of its 7-inch Tablet with upcoming two new models of Kindle Fire. However, there were numbers of speculations that divulged Amazon’s plan to launch 10-inch Tablet version.

The online retail giant would unveil a new 7-inch Kindle Fire – slightly revamped version of the original Tablet – next week in an event. Undoubtedly, upcoming Tablet is going to play a crucial role for Amazon–whether it would be in the competition or not. At present, Amazon is facing a tough competition from Google Nexus 7 Tablet and also, it will have to face stiff a resistance from Apple’s iPad Mini later this year.

It’s well-known that Amazon introduced its Tablet last year at very affordable price of $199. The main intention of the online retailer to provide a doorway to its physical store and it has succeeded its objective. Besides, the Tablet has made its recognition in the market and grabbed second position in Q4 of the last year. However, the popularity of the device declined little bit in the last two quarters due to advent of Google Nexus Tablet.

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Original Kindle Fire has been lashed out for camera, physical volume controls and HDMI port. This time, Amazon is trying to launch slightly upgraded version of the original Kindle Fire Tablet having new user interface—however, there’s no any information related to the price of the device. But, it’s expected that the price of the device will be even lesser than the original Kindle Fire Tablet.

The new device will have some hardware improvement including a faster processor, physical volume control, a camera and an HDMI port. In addition to this, the device will have larger storage capacity, but it will not be expendable. Anyway, we will have to wait until the launch of Kindle Fire to identify its strategy.

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