Updated May 08, 2019 12:45:07A new update to the Kindle Fire HD X has been rolling out to subscribers, and Amazon has announced plans to sell the new Kindle Fire tablets as a subscription service.
The Kindle Fire X, currently on sale for $399.99, was introduced in February as an upgrade to the Fire HD 8, the tablet’s predecessor.
The upgrade offered by Amazon to its Kindle Fire tablet offered up a new version of the tablet, which features an updated processor, more storage, and more RAM than the previous model.
The new Kindle fire X is available for $59.99 now, which is an improvement over its predecessor, the Fire X.
The update also brings new hardware features, including an expanded dock and a new camera app, along with the addition of the new Wi-Fi Calling feature.
These new features should improve connectivity between the new Fire tablet and existing devices, and allow users to keep their existing subscriptions and the Fire apps on the same device.
The Kindle fire tablet is available in both black and white, and the new model features a 1.9GHz Intel Atom processor and 2GB of RAM, with an option to upgrade to a 1GHz or 2GB processor.
Amazon will also offer an updated version of its cloud services, including Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon Evernote.
Amazon also recently updated its Kindle app to improve its productivity tools, and it will offer new features like a “virtual reality” mode for its virtual assistants and a more flexible “bookmarks and notes” function.
You can sign up to the new Amazon Fire tablet for $19.99 via the Kindle Store, or you can buy it outright for $49.99.