|The new Adreno 330 graphics processor on Kindle Fire HDX delivers high frame rates and console quality graphics—4x the performance of the previous generation Kindle Fire HD.|
The exclusive HDX display brings together exceptional pixel density (323 ppi), perfect color accuracy (100% sRGB), reduced glare, and improved brightness for a superior viewing experience. The Kindle Fire HDX has a 1,920-by-1,200, 7-inch display with 323 ppi, which allows for 1080p video playback.
If you're looking for HD games and movies, the Kindle Fire HDX would be more up your alley.
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Yesterday, Amazon announced a trio of new Kindle Fire tablets, its take on the Android OS integrated with Amazon services. All three ship with Amazon's new Fire OS 3.0, a fork of Android 4.2.2.
Kindle Fire HDX tablets are the first tablets to be powered by the 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, making them the first to clock in at over 2 GHz. It provides 3x more processing power than the previous-generation Kindle Fire HD and, combined with 2GB of RAM, provides faster app launches, faster website load times, smoother multi-tasking, and better overall performance.
The Kindle Fire HDX tablets have a front-facing 720p HD camera, perfect for Skype HD video calls and taking photos to share via Facebook or e-mail.
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Kindle Fire HDX features the latest 4G LTE technology for ultra-fast mobile broadband, letting you connect to the internet, stream, and download at speeds even faster than Wi-Fi. Kindle Fire HDX supports multiple bands ensuring that you always have the best and fastest possible connection on AT&T's or Verizon's expansive 4G LTE wireless network.