Amazon Fire Max 11 Tablet Launched With 11 Inch Display And 8 Megapixel Camera

E-commerce and devices company Amazon has launched its new tablet Amazon Fire Max 11. It has 11 inch display. The company claims that its battery can last up to 14 hours and it supports 15 W wired charging. This tablet runs on Android 11 based Fire OS 9.

This tablet has been launched in America. Its 4 GB + 64 GB variant is priced at $ 229 (approximately Rs. 19,049) and 4 GB + 128 GB is priced at $ 279 (approximately Rs. 34,045). it in america amazon Available for sale through It can be bought only in single color.

Specifications of Amazon Fire Max 11

It runs on Android 11 based Fire OS 9. It features an 11-inch (2,000 x 1,200 pixels) display with 5:3 aspect ratio. It is powered by Octacore MediaTek MT8188J processor with up to 4GB of RAM. It sports an 8-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera with 1080p video recording support. The Amazon Fire Max 11 packs up to 128GB of storage that can be expanded up to 1TB using a microSD card slot.

Last month, Chinese smartphone and devices maker Vivo launched its Pad 2 tablet. It is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC along with 12GB of RAM. It sports a 12.1-inch LCD display with 2.8K resolution and a refresh rate of 144Hz. It will replace the Vivo Pad launched last year. company has launched Pad 2 in China. Its 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variant is priced at CNY 2,499 (approximately Rs 29,800). It will be available in Clear Sea Blue, Far Away Mountain Ash/Grey and Nebula Purple colours. It can be purchased through the company’s website in China. Vivo has not given information about making this tablet available in other international markets. It features a 12.1-inch 2.8K (2,800×1,968 pixels) LCD screen with a refresh rate of 144Hz. It also supports HDR10 content and up to 600 nits peak brightness. MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC has been given in it.



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