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It seems that Amazon is now planning to a launch a bigger version of the Kindle Fire in Q2. This new tablet will reportedly feature a 10-inch display, which we’ve heard whispers of in the past. Foxconn, a company that has manufactured such devices as the iPad, iPhone, Kindle and more, will also be manufacturing the 10-inch Kindle Fire, according to a report from DigiTimes.

Right now, there’s no word on the specs of the tablet, but as it’s launching under Kindle Fire branding, I believe that it will feature some amazing specs like a dual-core (or perhaps even a quad-core) processor, possibly a camera, and a balanced price tag like the current version.

We’re hopeful that Amazon will let it slip at MWC what their plans are in the tablet market. At any rate, who’s looking forward to a 10-inch Kindle Fire? Would you buy it if it had a camera, unlike its smaller predecessor? Drop a comment below!

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  1.  I guess plenty of people think they have a need for a larger tablet..Personally I sold my Ipad and purchased a kindle fire simply because I am not a power user and the 7 inch Kindle fits in my front pants pocket…

    . I have no desire (Want)  for a larger tablet and I do not need a camera..but I sure would like an SD card as well as a true 100 percent android operating system.. most of my apps I can side load on the fire but a few I  really would like just  will not work on the fire..

    Bob G

  2. Turn back the clock 3 months and almost all the rumors about the Amazon Fire were wrong. Will a larger Amazon Fire sell, yup like hotcakes

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