Presumed Kindle Fire successor hits FCC
The follow-up to last year’s Kindle Fire recently hit the FCC and should still be on tap for a fall debut. The findings, as picked up by the always-cool team at The Digital Reader, suggest that the screen size appears to be around 9.7-inches to 10.1-inches, right in line with previous rumors. Based on information in the documents, the tablet/e-reader should arrive in the next few months, something nearly everyone has long anticipated.
It’s interesting to read about the front companies used by Amazon to hide their FCC stuff, so check out The Digital Reader for more. As it appears, nothing gets by those sleuths over there.
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