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Amazon Fire HD 10 Gets a Faster Processor and Longer Battery

Posted on the 08 October 2019 by Gadgetscanner @jdsoni7
Amazon Fire HD 10 gets a faster processor and longer battery

Amazon has today announced the ninth generation of their Fire tablet, the Amazon Fire HD 10. Major improvements over its predecessor include a longer battery life and a faster processor.

Amazon Fire HD 10 features

The Fire HD 10 tablet comes with a 10.1-inch FHD display (1080p, 224 ppi). The processor has been upgraded to a 2 GHz octa-core chipset. It is supported by 2 GB RAM. Storage options include 32 or 64 GB, along with a possibility to expand it up to 512 GB via a microSD card.

As always, the battery capacity has not been revealed, but a total of 12 hours of backup has been promised per charge.

Amazon Fire HD 10 gets a faster processor and longer batteryAmazon Fire HD 10 comes in four colors; Amazon

In the sound department, the presence of Dolby Atmos Is bound to take the experience a notch above. There is also a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and a USB-C port. 802.11ac dual-band WiFi is available for wireless connectivity. Alexa is available as the voice assistant.

Both the front and rear cameras feature a 2 MP lens and are capable of 720p HD video recording. Unlimited free cloud storage is provided for photos snapped on the device itself. Picture-in-picture (PIP) mode is also supported.

To quote Kevin Keith, Vice President, Amazon Devices,

"We've made our best tablet even better with a faster processor, longer battery life, and faster charging. The all-new Fire HD 10 has everything you need for entertainment with plenty of storage for your favorite videos, games, music, and books at home or on the go - and still under $150."

Pricing and availability

Pre-orders for the Fire HD 10 are now open. It comes in four color variants and is priced at $149.99 for the 32 GB model and an extra $40 for the 64 gigs variant. Shipping will start by the end of this month.

Amazon Fire HD 10 gets a faster processor and longer battery

Ankit writes code for a living. He reviews gadgets and books in his free time, and believes in the magical power of a strong cup of coffee.


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