Will Amazon announce next Kindle Fire on September 6?
We just received an email from Amazon inviting us to a September 6 press conference. Considering we’re known as an Android site and not just one that covers e-readers or general tech, our interest is piqued. Why would Amazon send us an invitation?
It’s no secret that Amazon is expected to announce a new model of Kindle Fire this fall and recent rumors suggest that things could happen sooner than later. Will it be a bigger, faster model? What happens to the current model? We’re pretty sure this conference has some Android implications so we’re excited to see what comes of next week’s event.
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