After announcing its withdrawal from China, Amazon releases a new generation of Kindle e-books
Not long ago, Amazon China announced that it will close the Kindle e-book store in June 2023, and the return service for hardware has also been opened until the end of October this year.
Despite the end of operations in the Chinese market, the Kindle's life has not ended there. In overseas markets, it still intends to shine.
A few days ago, Amazon released a new generation of 6-inch Kindle entry-level e-books, known as the most lightweight and portable in history.
The screen fineness of this Kindle has been increased to 300PPI, which is consistent with PaperWhite. It adds a night mode and uses a USB-C interface. It can be said that it is a youth version of Kindle PaperWhite 5.
Other changes include up to 6 weeks of battery life and up to 16GB of body storage.
The price is $99.99, which is $10 more than the previous generation. It is available in classic matte black and a new denim blue color scheme. It will be officially released on October 12, and it will give you a free 4-month Kindle Unlimited membership.
In addition, Amazon has also updated the Kindle PaperWhite 5 with 16GB of body storage, which is priced at $149.99 overseas, which is $10 more than the 8G and $40 cheaper than the 32GB.