It’s been a little while since Amazon launched a new tablet, but it looks like there may be at least two new models on the way.

Two new tablets showed up at the FCC website today, and while neither of them has the name “Amazon” on them, both match a pattern that Amazon has used in the past to hide its products behind shell companies when submitting documents to the FCC.

So don’t be surprised if some new Amazon Fire tablets are announced soon.

There aren’t many details in the FCC listings, but one tablet is listed as the SX034QT from a company called Blancopage LLC, and the other is the SR043KL from Triesan LLC.

Both tablets support Bluetooth and dual-band WiFi, feature headset jacks and USB ports, and support microSD card slots.

Unfortunately there are no pictures or details about screen size or resolution processor, memory, or software version. So it’s unclear if these are minor updates to existing tablets in the Fire lineup or if they’re something dramatically new.

The fact that they supports 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi but not 802.11ac leads me to suspect that the new tablets will be relatively inexpensive though.

via Tablet Monkeys




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3 replies on “Two new Amazon tablets may have hit the FCC”

  1. Meh. I bought one of Amazon’s tablets and find the UI and app store limitations too bothersome. I did install Google Play services after a while but the tablet still never did thrill me. If I thought I would use a tablet more often I would probably get a Samsung tablet.

    1. Many of Amazon’s tablets can be easily flashed with versions of Android; I have a second generation Kindle Fire HD I got free five years ago running Cyanogenmod and it works great!

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