Amazon's second generation Kindle Fire will feature a new screen and unlike its predecessor, it will also have a camera on board, posted allthingsd.com
The new Fire will pack a 1280x800 screen, just like Google's Nexus 7. With 67 percent more pixels than the 1024x600 panel used in the first Kindle Fire.
The next iteration of the Fire will be thinner and lighter than the original. It will also have a built-in camera and a much-improved display.
The new screen will significantly boost pixel density, to 216ppi to be exact. In addition, it brings a new form factor into play, as the next gen Kindle Fire will be somewhat wider than its predecessor.
That Amazon is developing an improved version of the Fire for launch this year isn't huge news; folks have been speculating that the company has been working on just such a device for months now.