Amazon may be cooking up two new Kindle Fire tablets -- a 10-inch version and a new 7-inch flavor.
Citing intel from one of its sources, blogging site Boy Genius Report says it confirmed the launch of Amazon's 10-inch tablet for sometime in the coming months. The 10-inch tablet would be powered by a quad-core processor.
A new 7-inch Kindle Fire is also in the works, according to BGR. A source recently revealed similar information to CNET, saying that Amazon is targeting .
Claiming to have handled both tablets, BGR's source spilled the beans on some key details.
The new Kindle Fires would reportedly boast a superior build quality over that of the current model. Amazon will replace the existing tablet's plastic body with a metal casing. The back of the devices will include a "chrome-look rib" that enhances both the look and feel of the tablet.
Both tablets would reportedly be thinner than the first-generation iPad and display no buttons on the front. Both would also include a microUSB port and possibly an HDMI port. The 10-inch edition would also offer a front-facing camera.
BGR's source apparently revealed no launch date for either tablet. But earlier reports said that Amazon could announce the 10-inch tablet late next month.
The timing of these reports coincides with the launch of Google's new Nexus 7 tablet, already seen by some as a potentially strong threat to the Kindle Fire. If the new Kindles do debut this summer, we should see an interesting battle in the 7-inch Android marketplace between Google and Amazon.