Just over 5 months after officially introducing the new generation of its tablet entry line to the market, Amazon officially announced today the arrival of the Amazon Fire HD 10 (10-inch), thus complementing the product line delivering considerable improvements when compared to its smaller siblings.
Featuring a 2.0GHz octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB or 64GB storage options expandable through a microSD up to 512GB, the new device promises up to 30% better performance and allows you to consume content like videos, music, and games for up to 12 hours, according to Amazon.
An interesting choice for multimedia consumption, the Amazon Fire HD 10 features a Full HD screen with 1920×1200 resolution and 224 PPI, stereo sound with Dolby Atmos support and dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity.
Like its smaller, simpler siblings, the new device delivers 2MP cameras on the front and rear, capable of recording in HD (720p) resolution, and allowing the use of video calling applications like Skype, Facebook Messenger. and more.
As usual, the tablet delivers official Amazon services (Prime Video, Audible, Amazon Music, and others), as well as its own app store (in place of the Play Store) and Alexa (which replaces Google Assistant).
“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.”
Kevin Keith, Vice President, Amazon Devices
Amazon Fire HD 10 Technical Specifications
- Processor: 2.0GHz Octa-core
- RAM: 2GB
- Internal Storage: 32GB or 64GB
- External storage: up to 512GB MicroSD (not included) + unlimited cloud storage for Amazon purchases
- Display: 10 “Full HD IPS LCD with 1920×1200 resolution and 224 ppi
- Front camera: 2MP
- Rear Camera: 2MP
- Battery: up to 12h use