We reported last week that Amazon has been rumored to be launching not one, but a family of Android tablets later this year. While details were scarce back then and still scarce today, some new rumors have surfaced concerning two of the Android tablets. Apparently the entry-level tablet will be codenamed “Coyote” while the higher-end tablet codenamed “Hollywood”.
Now, the Coyote will be packing an NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC – which should be considered “low-end” by the end of the year because of its successor’s arrival – the Tegra 3 aka Kal-El, NVIDIA’s upcoming quad-core processor. Hollywood is said to be running on the Kal-El SoC. Now, it’s hard to believe everything a tipster says, without any form of proof, so take this news with a pinch of salt. Hopefully Amazon sheds some light on these stories soon enough.
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