The new Amazon Fire HD 10 is the cheapest way for users to get Amazon Prime perks on a tablet. Those who are Amazon Prime members will have easy access to a high number of digital contents that come with their subscription at a few swipes away. Moreover, they can download the content onto their internal storage or microSD card.
To be added that besides streaming Prime movies and TV shows, there are free apps, games and in-app purchases, which can be downloaded from Amazon Underground. The new Amazon Fire HD 10 is available at the price of 230 dollars and it is considered to be the biggest Amazon tablet available.
Amazon Fire HD 10 is the super-size version of the Fire HD 8, but bigger doesn’t always mean better. These two tablets are sharing the same screen resolution, but putting them side-by-side, the 8-inch model looks fine, while at the 10-inch the picture looks a little stretched out.
To be mentioned that the smaller version of Fire HD is available at the price of 150 dollars, but if customers are not willing to pay this price, they can also opt for the 7-inch Fire tablet that costs 50 dollars. However, the new Amazon Fire HD 10 is probably the best deal that customers could get for a tablet at its size.
Unfortunately, users will not be able to download apps from the Google Play Store, but they will have access to Amazon’s app store. Even if it cannot be compared to Google’s app store, Amazon’s store is filled with good apps and even games. As for design, the 10-inch model looks the same as the Fire HD 8, but it comes only in black or white. On the right edge, users will find the Micro-USB port, power button, headphone jack and volume rocker.
This tablet runs Amazon’s latest Android-based operating system, called Fire OS 5 Bellini. The new interface was updated and it features a fresh design, which is easy to navigate and homes some new features. The new Amazon Fire HD 10 packs a MediaTek ARM Cortex A15 quad-core CPU, with 1GB of RAM and 8GB or 16GB of internal storage.