Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 Tablet With Snapdragon 805 SoC Launched

The E-commerce Amazon users had now the best choice to put their hands on the upgraded version of the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, now available for preorder. It is coming up in a better way, competing with the Apple’s iPad Air, which it means Fire HDx 8.9 is 20 percent lighter and also bringing with it million more pixels. It remains great in looks, possessing lot many inclusions and boosting it’s performance in higher.

KindleFire HDX 8_9The 8.9″ is on the way to feel the touch experience and will make you ‘handle-able’ particularly prime members. The new model of Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 tablet might giving you a similar look at what the last year’s model shows up, but it has brought some fresh face into the store to make a spot-light for the users. The main attribute hits into the line of new engine, an dual-antenna WI-FI Transmission system as well as optional 4G LTE, and faster Snapdragon processor, few audio tweaks, Ultra-light design, and an updated operating system.

The refreshed hardware edition of Kindle HDX 8.9 is showing off the latest flagship slate and it is the first tablet to qualify with Dolby Atoms and providing simulated 3D sound for all the multimedia streaming introducing with the Fire TV set top-box, lining up for a releasing of incredibily two slates: both Kindle tablets will be powered by a quad-core 1.5 GHz processor.

The Kindle Fire HDX delivers incredible value for its price, especially for Amazon Prime members it is in stock now $379 for a 16GB model(LTE model is $479), but in in US the prices are falling down for the tablets from $229 to &199. Fire HDX 8.9 will be a good option for reading books, browsing the web, and of course, watching lots of Prime Instant Video content.

 

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* Physical measures of the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9 are 231 X 158
X 7.8mm

* The Fire HDX—which weighs 374 grams and delivers 12 hours of
battery life.

* Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ has the highest resolution (2560×1600) and
the best pixel density (339 ppi).

* The HDX display features over 4 million pixels for vivid.

* Both the 7″ and 8.9″ Kindle Fire HDX displays feature perfect
color (100% sRGB).

* Fire HDX 8.9″ is 34% lighter than the previous generation.

* Kindle Fire HDX tablets are the first tablets to be powered by
the 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor combined with 2GB
of RAM.

* LED flash for high-resolution photos and 1080p HD video, plus a
front-facing 720p HD camera for Skype video calls

All in all, Amazon has completely overhauled its Kindle Fire line of tablets with thinner bezel, lighter in weight, higher-resolution display, and top-end CPU.and the new version of Amazon’s Fire OS. The new 8.9″ Tablet has even faster processor, got better audio output and the new Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 got an all-new keyboard accessory, a Windows visualization app and the best suit for working with Office documents.

The HDX 8.9 has a new, 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, which Amazon says has a 70 percent faster graphics chip than last year’s model. Flaunt with a 8.9-inch display has the same 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution and 339ppi as last year’s model. It comes with a new feature is Dynamic Light Control (coming later in the year via software update), which automatically adjusts the brightness and white balance of the display when using the Kindle app for reading books.

The HDX 8.9 comes with Fire OS 4.0, which Amazon has code-named Sangria. It’s based on Android 4.4 KitKat software side. The new HDX also has Amazon’s MayDay help feature that connects users to a real life person to sort out any problems they may have using the tablet.

Last but not least, the Fire HDX 8.9 will be a good tablet for reading books, browsing the web, and of course, watching lots of Prime Instant Video content. The e-commerce giant also introduced the new Kindle Fire HD 6 at $99 (approximately Rs. 6,000), upgraded Kindle Fire HD 7 and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 starting at $149 (approximately Rs. 9,000), alongside the new ebook reader Kindle Voyage lineup and upgraded base model of the Kindle e-reader.