Amazon Fire HD 8 (2016)–up to now between devices that Amazon still had not brought in Italy there was also his 8-inch tablet, the Fire HD 8. Now things are changing with the launch of the new Amazon Fire HD 8 (2016) doing so also his debut in Italy.
It is an improved version than the one already on the market in the US, but not overwhelmed. The screen remains the same, as well as the format and size. The main changes are to look under the black plastic shell.
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For example the processor was changed with an unnamed “quad-core”, probably a MediaTek, and RAM increases from one to 1.5 GB. Find all details to follow, including those on relatively low price, always on Fire especially if you are willing to trade some savings with Amazon’s advertising integrated into the user experience.
It is good to remember that these tablet PC defined by the blog (http://www.theinternetfaqs.com/what-is-a-tablet-pc.html), including new HD 8, Android-based devices, but are Yes designed for use with Play Store and Google services. However Amazon promises more than good with its Fire OS 5, which among other things now also integrates Blue Shade, the color “hot” screen for reading at night.
Amazon Fire HD 8 (2016): technical specifications
- Display: 8 ″ 1,280 x 800 IPS (189 ppi)
- Processor: 1.3 Ghz quad-core
- RAM: 1.5 GB
- 16 or 32 GBStorage: expandable with microSD up to 200 GB
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
- Cameras: front and rear 2 megapixel, video from 720 p
- Battery: up to 12 hours of mixed use “
- Weight: 341 grams
- Size: 214 x 128 x 9.2 mm
- More: Dolby with dual speakers, microphone
- Color: black
- OS: Fire 5 OS (Android-based 5.1)
Amazon Fire HD 8 (2016): release and price
The new tablet PC from Amazon you find of course on his shop. The page is already accessible but the time output is indicated for next September 21. Meanwhile you can book at 109.99 € for the version with “special” (advertising) by 16 GB or 32 GB € 129.99 for the.
If you want to experience more clean (without advertising) add 10 € to their prices. Figures all in all not bad if you are willing to give up (except using side roads) to the Google universe.