What you see on the right could very well be a larger version of the Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon, where it has arrived in the form of an FCC filing by Amazon’s shell company, Harpers LLC. The filing does point towards a rather easy-on-the-eyes 10-inch touchscreen display at 4:3 aspect ratio, where it is tipped for a fall release later this year. Other than that, the image itself gives very little other information away, but since the remainder of the FCC files will be officially unsealed in December this year, you can more or less keep your fingers crossed that the device itself will arrive right before that.
It is Amazon’s habit to use front companies in order to file applications for their upcoming products and devices as part of their Intellectual Property security efforts. Do you think that Spotify’s service will make its way for the alleged larger sized Amazon Kindle Fire at the end of this year?
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