Appears on The Scene a Kindle Fire Ten Inch with a Touch of Pure Android

Amazon has been the Android manufacturer that has most made by distancing itself from Google and offering the operating system by default. Its fork is perhaps the most different and although that gives a point differential, in reality is a headache for anyone looking for an Android tablet. It can be your next device to re-join (a little) with platform design ideas.
Evleaks, the most famous account of filtration technology, has published a picture of an alleged new Kindle Fire. It would be a ten inch model with a slightly different from the previous models and design with a very curious element: a familiar interface that reminds us of a pure Android without modifications.
As you can see in the picture, this tablet would have a launcher that is far from what has always been FireOS: instead of large icons and a rather heavy interface this time seems that they advocate a different idea where the applications are grouped by tabs According to the typology and the use we make of it.
What is most striking is the use of the virtual keypad that includes Android by default, no customization on the icons and a look and feel that inevitably reminds us this purest version. In addition, outside It seems that there would also be changes and this time the design would be less restrained and more classic. Nothing groundbreaking, but functional and with the front space well spent.
At the moment it’s a rumor but it should be remembered that recently there was speculation that Amazon might be preparing a Tablet below $50. Perhaps before the end of the year, and with Christmas around the corner, we see a renewal of equipment. We will inform you.

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