Amazon has launched the Kindle 2022, which features a 300ppi display, 16GB of storage, and a 6-week battery life.


 Amazon unveiled the Kindle 2022, which features a revamped style, a crisper display, and USB-C charging. The current entry-level Kindle has many of the capabilities available on the more costly Paperwhite model, including as a 6-inch 300ppi front-lit E ink display. The new Kindle measures 157.8 x 108.6 x 8.0 mm and weighs 158 grammes, which is somewhat smaller than the Paperwhite variant.

Amazon is increasing the built-in storage capacity from 8GB to 16GB, while the battery life is rated at up to 6 weeks with 30 minutes of reading per day and wireless connectivity turned off. Charging is now done via USB-C, which is an upgrade over the previous entry-level Kindle. Amazon also claims that the newest Kindle has 30-75% recycled polymers and 90% recycled magnesium.

The Amazon Kindle 2022 is available in Black and Denim Blue and costs $99.99/€99.99/£84.99 with ads and $119.99/€109.99/£94.99 without ads. Pre-order one from Amazon today using the links below, and official sales begin on October 12.

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