Amazon Fire Tablet is worth the price it comes for only 50$ only. This tablet as you expect it is not thin or slim. Camera of this tablet is very promising pictures taken from this tablet does not look good. Also display from this tablet is not very sharp. But with the budget you are buying it is worth for it I guess. In last few years Amazon making a good job producing very affordable price tablet. This Fire tablet is now joining the cheapest tablet line.
Feel of this tablet: The 7 inch tablet is massive, around 66% as thick as a deck of cards. This runs counter to a pattern of contraptions getting more slender and more slender. In any case, this is sensible for spending gadgets, as they utilize more established, bigger parts to cut expenses. At 11 ounces, the tablet additionally feels overwhelming for a gadget that size.
Display: The screen is barely shy of showing video in full top notch, also called 1080p. As Amazon’s HDX tablets and Apple’s “Retina” iPads tout super-sharp shows, the screen on the new Fire feels retro.
Video shows fine. Where the lower determination is most discernible is with little content. Whenever perusing, a portion of the vertical lines in d’s and l’s look fat. It feels like a with metal sort that hasn’t been cleaned of gunk, framing distorted letters when some of that gunk hits the ink lace. Taking pictures: The principle camera is only 2 megapixels, contrasted and 5 or 8 megapixels on higher-end Amazon tablets. Photographs turn out fluffy, and low-light pictures have a lot of shading mutilation. The camera’s focal point additionally can’t catch as much as different devices from a similar separation. It’s as if the camera has a lasting zoom. So, the vast majority as of now have cell phones with respectable cameras. There’s no compelling reason to pay more to copy innovation.