At the ongoing Amazon’s Santa Monica press conference, Amazon has introduced four new Kindle Fire tablets. Amazon announced three new entrants to the Kindle Fire family, all three of them are called the Kindle Fire HD.
Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE is Amazon’s first tablet with 4G LTE connectivity, it sports a 8.9 inch screen and will be retailed at US $499 and includes 250MB of data per month, 20GB of cloud storage and a $10 Amazon credit for just $49.99 a year. In US it will operate on AT&T’s 4G LTE network and includes an upgraded 32GB of internal storage, preorder begins today and shipping starts on November 20th.
The original Kindle Fire drops $40 from its pricing, doubles the RAM and storage of the original, as well as a faster processor and longer battery life.
Kindle Fire HD comes in 7 and 8.9 inch variants and boast many new features, It adds a front-facing camera, with custom designed Skype and Facebook app, it gets updated email app for better Microsoft Exchange integration and the ability to sync contacts and calendars.
X-Ray for movies will allow you to tap on any actor’s face in a movie or television show to bring up that actor’s filmography and other information from IMDB. There’s also a parental control feature called Kindle FreeTime, which will allow parents to set time limits on how long they allow their kids to play on the Kindle Fire per day. Parents can also designate the number of hours that can be spent by category.
Whispersync for Games, lets gamers save their progress on certain games across Kindle devices, audio gets a boost with dual stereo speakers .