Amazon set to releases new ‘Kindle Paperwhite’ models on its own site

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Amazon might be getting set to release a new version of its Paperwhite peruser including a high-end “Signature Edition,” as indicated by Amazon postings spotted by Reddit clients and GoodEReader.

A comparison chart on Amazon’s Canadian and Mexican destinations, presently eliminated, showed new Kindle Paperwhite and Paperwhite Signature Edition models, with 6.8-inch 300 ppi displays and 17 LEDs. The current Paperwhite, on the other hand, has a 6-inch display and only four LEDs.

The two models are IPX8 waterproof as in the past, offer a “flush-front design” and seem to have smaller side and top bezels. They additionally include an “adjustable warm light,” which means they probably have both white and golden LEDs — actually like Amazon’s high-end Kindle Oasis.

The Signature Edition offers a capacity update over the Paperwhite 5 to 32GB, alongside wireless charging and auto-adjusting light sensors that change screen splendor relying upon the environment.

The Canadian posting shows the Paperwhite and Paperwhite Signature Edition at CAD$150 and CAD$210, (about $117 and $165, separately), however those could simply be placeholders.

At present, the standard 8GB Kindle is $90, the 8GB Kindle Paperwhite $130 and the 8GB Kindle Oasis is $250. On the off chance that the new costs are exact you’d be paying more for the Paperwhite, however get a portion of the features found on the Oasis.