|Jul 24, 2012, 12:28 AM||#1|
Who's buying a Kindle Fire 2nd generation?
I have been pretty happy with my Kindle Fire. Pretty generic - no branding at the front, and works nicely. The battery life is ridiculously amazing, especially compared to my Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket. The screen hasn't fallen apart like the Nexus 7's either. So I'm definitely going to be buying the next generation.
Anyone else? Thoughts? I like the stock Amazon interface myself, no bloat for once on an non-Google Android device! I have Jelly Bean on mine at the moment and it's great too.
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