By Anton D. Nagy | July 10, 2012 5:04 AM
The Kindle Fire refresh, dubbed generically Kindle Fire 2, has been in the news in the form of rumors for quite some time now. Some reports are talking about not one, but two Amazon-made tablets to hit the market soon: a smaller seven-inch-ish slate and a bigger, ten-incher.
The good folks at T3N have created some renders based on rumored specs and information. The seven inch tablet will most probably target the fresh Asus Google Nexus 7 as its competitor while the ten-inche will get the Apple iPad in its targeting range. The seven inch slate will reportedly bounce the resolution up to 1280×800 while the Apple iPad competitor can be expected to bring a front facing camera and a quad-core processor. The casing is also rumored to be made of metal instead of plastic. Check out the images above and below — as well as more at the source link — and let us know how you like this proposed design pattern based on current rumors (don’t neglect the user interface).