Amazon has started rolling out the root-breaking firmware update v6.2.2 for its Kindle Fire tablet, bringing the full screen browsing, manual e-mail setup fixes through over the air, and it’s also available for manual installation. Check out the more info and download it manually by following the instructions provided here.
Amazon has officially unveiled its first ever tablet, kindle Fire, which has got Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, dual-core 1GHz chipset, 6″ IPS display, “Silk” browser, Wi-Fi, 512MB RAM, Amazon App Store and much more. Check out the more info and watch a couple of promotional videos here.
Amazon will be launching the new 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire tablet on September 28th with custom Android OS. Check out the more details about the Amazon first ever tablet announcement details.