Amazon Fire HD 8 (2022) Is Currently Available For $100 With a Faster Processor!

Amazon Fire HD 8 (2022) Is Currently Available For $100 With a Faster Processor!

The new Fire HD 8 tablet from Amazon is currently on sale. The newest iteration of Amazon’s 8-inch tablet, which was first introduced in September, boasts a speedier processor and a lighter body than the outgoing edition. Additionally, it comes pre-installed with the most recent Fire OS version from Amazon, for better or worse.

The brand-new Amazon Fire HD 8 (12th generation) tablet is sold for $100 and above.
Additionally, a new 12th-generation Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus with 50% more RAM and wireless charging functionality is available. It costs at least $120 to purchase.

The new Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids and Kids Pro tablets cost $150 and include a tough case, a year of access to Amazon’s Kids+ service, and a two-year worry-free warranty. The new tablets are all equipped with 8-inch LCD screens with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, MediaTek MT8169A processors with six ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores, and Mali-G52 2EE MC2 graphics.

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According to Amazon, the new processor outperforms the chip found in the Fire HD 8 tablets’ predecessors by 30%. The new models enable 5W to 15W charging, up to 13 hours of battery life, and at least 32GB of storage. Stereo speakers, 3.5mm audio connectors, microSD card readers, and support for WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 are additional features.

The new Fire HD 8 tablets come with Fire OS 8, which is based on Android 11, just like the 12th-generation Amazon Fire 7 tablet that was released last summer. Among other modifications, the update adds support for a system-wide dark mode, a built-in screen recorder, and the capacity to modify the Quick Settings panel.

However, those looking to purchase an Amazon tablet as a low-cost, hackable gadget should be warned that Fire OS 8 isn’t quite as hacker-friendly as the Fire OS 7 software, which was based on Android 9, and came pre-installed on Amazon’s previous-generation Fire HD 8 tablets.

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To change various apps, settings, and features, you can still use the Fire Toolbox utility from a third party. Although it is technically possible to install the Google Play Store, several users have reported trouble entering their Google accounts recently, rendering the store largely worthless if you were intending to use the tablet like a low-cost Android tablet.

And even if you do succeed in getting it to work, many Play Store applications might not operate correctly on an Amazon tablet running Fire OS 8. The lack of support for the Play Store and other Google Mobile services might not be a deal breaker if you want to stay with Amazon’s apps and services or sideload apps from other sources (that aren’t the Play Store).

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However, if you really require certain functions, it could be wiser to opt for a low-cost tablet that already has Google services pre-installed. One well-liked alternative that isn’t significantly more expensive than an Amazon Fire HD 8 is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.

Kimberly

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