Amazon could introduce a new version of its Kindle Fire tablet computer as early as August, according to several reports.
The second-generation Kindle Fire will include a camera and a display screen that has 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, which could produce a sharper image quality than the current model’s 1024 x 600 display, according to AllThingsD, which is an online publication that’s affiliated with The Wall Street Journal.
The new version of the Kindle Fire is expected to cost $199. That’s the same price as the current Kindle Fire, which was introduced in November 2011. It’s unclear whether the current model will remain on the market at a lower price.