All you need to know about the Amazon Kindle Fire HD
But this wasn't all. Amazon also unveiled an upgraded Kindle Fire tablet which will be sold rather cheaply, for $159, and there's a special 4G LTE version of the Kindle Fire HD 8.9", which will not only feature LTE, but will also have more storage space (32GB, instead of 16GB). All in all, with today's announcements, Amazon has caught up to Google's Nexus 7, and possibly even gone a step ahead of the Android tablet competition. In any case, if you've missed the action for one reason or another, please take a look at our Amazon Kindle Fire HD coverage below - there you'll find all the details surrounding the hot new tablets by Amazon.
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1. vivek_ananda posted on 06 Sep 2012, 18:40 7 0
no offense but, past tense for catch is caught, not catched. Correct it please
2. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 06 Sep 2012, 18:55 0 0
oh well, even though it is still android.. people might still buy it!
3. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 06 Sep 2012, 18:56 0 0
but i still think its not a great idea to rely on android OS with no marks of being an android, no android apps and no google experience!
amazon has 50,000 set of apps but i think it is still not good number
5. Goldeneye posted on 06 Sep 2012, 19:42 0 0
Plus all of amazon apps you can get from a real android tablet.
6. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 06 Sep 2012, 22:06 0 0
yeah... so amazon should really make their own OS now.... but for $159, i think people will still buy it
4. gragonHDfones (unregistered) posted on 06 Sep 2012, 19:36 0 0
Well... it does look like a few steps up from the first one
but i'm not too sure about that bezel...
8. xtroid2k posted on 07 Sep 2012, 06:57 0 0
My main concern is not the other android tablets but rather the windows 8 tablets. Were talking a mobile platform vs a full PC OS.
9. kshell1 posted on 07 Sep 2012, 06:58 0 0
Guess what? Nexus 7=still king of the budget market
10. networkdood posted on 09 Sep 2012, 09:17 0 0
wow, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7" is 199 with fast wifi and fast processor and 16 GB of storage - that is not a bad deal.
The 8.9 version is 299.00 not bad either...with some hacking either one can be changed into a proper Android tablet.