Amazon is expected to launch its cheap tablet after Apple debut of the iPhone 6. Now it’s got to be lit of fire in the technology when Amazon formally announced the cheap Kindle Fire HD 6 tablet as answer to the fast leap technology in our generation. It was a breakthrough project of Amazon as it breaking the level for the cheapest tablet with $100 mark.
Kindle Fire HD 6 is the company’s third generation Fire HD after the surging demands of 2013 Fire HDX 7 which still at the market. The plan is to down the price of incoming series of Fire HD to give a competing resource requirements for the cheapest and quality tablets in the hands of would be users.
As the 6 of HD represents the 6-inch tablet making it the smallest tablet you can buy. The resolution screen has 1,280×800 in full HD with 252 pixels per inch and comes with 8GB of memory. It has a 16GB version but the price turns out $119. No Amazon tablets features that have expandable memory like the other competing brand of Samsung tablets.
Kindle Fire has the larger 7-inch model, the Kindle Fire HD 7 which starts at $139 with 8GB memory and also comes with a 16GB version for about $159. The resolution of the 7-inch Fire HD is as same as that of its little brother but the pixels per inch drops to 216. The two models have brighter screens compare to the 2013 Fire HD predecessors. But the 2013 Fire HD can be upgradeable to the new Fire OS 4.0 for free.
In a closed door meeting with its Amazon representatives, aside from competitive price, the new Amazon Kindle Fire HD 6 is at par better from the other inexpensive tablets which include the Samsung’s Tab 3 Lite and Galaxy Tab 4. The fire HD’s processor, a quad-core MediaTek running at 1.5 GHz offers better performance three times compare to the graphics performance of the Samsung Tab 4’s processor.
The new tablet has 2 megapixels front camera and VGA at the back, and battery life reach for 8 hours of reading, listening music, watching videos and browsing the internet.