Amazon to launch three new high-resolution Kindle Fire tablets


In an attempt to increase competition on the tablet market, online retail giant Amazon is reportedly planning to launch three new Kindle Fire tablets by the end of 2013. With this launch, Amazon is looking to challenge the US-based tech giant Apple during the upcoming festive season.


Reports have stated that the online retail giant will be launching new Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire 8.9 tablets in September 2013. The second generation Kindle Fire tablet will be the cheapest of the three and will sport a 7-inch 1280 x 800 screen, which is an upgrade from the 1024 x 600 display on the current Kindle Fire tablet.

The upcoming tablet will have upgraded features, as the company increased the resolution. The second generation Amazon Kindle Fire 8.9 is a tablet which is very likely going to become the most popular one among buyers this season. If the rumors doing the rounds are true, then this will see Amazon surpassing the Retina display iPad in terms of pixel density.

The latest tablet of Apple has a 9.7-inch, 2048 x 1336 resolution screen. Moreover, Amazon also has some refreshed designs of its Kindle this season.