We did catch a glimpse of an alleged next generation Amazon Kindle Fire HD image that was leaked out, but this time around, the folks over at @evleaks seem to have something better up their sleeves – by introducing what seems to be an official render of a potential new Amazon Kindle Fire hardware refresh. The alleged press image that you see above does seem to jive with other leaks in the past concerning bezel size and design, but it does seem to miss out on the front-facing camera that Amazon placed with the introduction of the Kindle Fire HD.
This would certainly raise suspicions that the alleged press render happens to be a non-HD model of Amazon’s upcoming tablet. Whispers on the street have it that the flagship model will arrive with a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution display, where there will be a camera in front as well as an operating system which is said to be based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Now, if only Amazon would be able to share something official from their press room in order to quell and squash any speculation out there. Alternatively, this kind of “free publicity” might prove to work in Amazon’s favor, or any other manufacturer’s for that matter, when it comes to an upcoming device, right?
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