Amazon Kindle Fire HDX tab spotted with Snapdragon 805 CPU
For those familiar with mobile processor stuff, the first question you will ask yourself is, “What the heck is a tablet doing with a Snapdragon 805?”
Well, that question is what we are asking ourselves right now. Whoever is it that is testing an Amazon tablet with a Snapdragon 805 chipset on AnTuTu should be doing that just for experiment. If the tablet comes up just like that, then we are guessing it will be an overkill.
OK, let’s head over to what we have for the day. The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX has been released long ago as a successor for the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, however, according to details spilled on popular benchmarks site, AnTuTu, we might be looking at a hybrid version of the slate.
The results page reads an 8.9-inch display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor tuned at 2.4GHz with an Adreno 420 GPU, 8MP rear and 1MP front-facing cameras and 2GB of RAM.
Resolution of the new tablet still measures 2560 x 1600 pixels and that’s what got us thinking. Is Amazon making a more powerful Kindle Fire HDX tab or is the Fire Phone maker looking for cheap publicity.
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