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The Best Amazon Fire Tablets

Amazon sells inexpensive, durable tablets in various sizes and configurations, making it difficult to choose the best Amazon Fire tablet for one’s needs. 

While each has unique advantages, they all excel at enabling you to access Amazon content on the go. Amazon’s Fire OS, a customized version of Android, runs on all Fire tablets and does an excellent job of displaying your Kindle ebooks, Prime Video content, and Amazon Music playlists in an easily navigable format. 

However, they all share common flaws, most notably the inability of all Fire tablets to access the Google Play Store easily. This effectively makes it possible to install several popular Android apps, including Google apps such as Gmail, on Fire tablets by sideloading them, which is a tall order for many Fire tablet owners. 

Even so, a new Amazon Fire tablet can be worthwhile if you need a low-cost, durable slate for web browsing and media consumption. The greater your investment in the Amazon content ecosystem, the greater the value of a Fire tablet. Check out our Amazon discount codes page for the most recent deals. Without further ado, the best Amazon Fire tablets currently available for purchase are based on our hands-on testing of every Amazon tablet. 

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What exactly is the Amazon Fire Tablet? 

When comparing the best Fire tablets to the best Android tablets, you may wonder what the real difference is. While technically, all of the tablets on this list are powered by Android, they offer a different flavor or experience than the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro or the more robust Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. 

Because Amazon Fire Tablets utilize a modified version, or fork, of Android called Fire OS, this is the case. Fire Tablets require you to sign in with your Amazon account instead of your Google account to access the Play Store. And for app downloads, you must use the Amazon Appstore, not the Google Play Store. There are quite a few apps available on both platforms, but if you’ve paid for Minecraft on the Play Store, your purchase will not carry over to the Amazon Appstore, which is a separate entity. 

Regarding the interface, there is significantly less customization than one might anticipate. Amazon attempts to provide you with quick and easy access to all its services and outlets. Therefore, you will see a list of Kindle books or Audible audiobooks you’ve purchased, as well as an advertisement for the newest Prime Video show. 

There are still ways to access the Play Store on Fire Tablets, allowing you to remove Amazon’s convoluted interface using a third-party Android launcher. But for most users, Amazon’s Fire interface is precisely what the doctor ordered. In some cases, such as with the Fire HD 8 Plus and Fire HD 10 Plus, a tablet can be transformed into a portable Echo Show. And if you’re fully integrated into the Amazon ecosystem, your digital purchases are readily accessible. 

How we evaluate the Amazon Fire tablet  

Before we review a new Amazon Fire tablet, we send it to our lab for a series of tests that help us determine its capabilities. 

First, we run as many benchmarks as the tablet will allow us to determine their speed in a manner that can be directly compared to that of competitors. We say “will permit” because Amazon’s Fire tablets struggle with side-loaded Android applications. Then, we use colorimeters and light meters to determine how colorful and bright the screens of these tablets can become. Then, we put them through our in-house battery test, which measures how long it takes to deplete a tablet’s charge while web surfing with the brightness set to 150 nits. 

Then, for a minimum of a week and a half, we use the tablet as if it were our own by browsing the web, watching videos, playing games, and composing email messages. 

The Best Amazon Fire Tablets 2022

Amazon currently offers fewer than six Fire Tablet devices if one counts the Kids Editions. We believe the Fire HD 8 (2020) provides the best overall value due to its size, improved processor, charging and storage capabilities, and continued ability to maintain an affordable price. Here is a list of some of the best Fire Tablets currently available.

1. The best Amazon Fire tablet you can buy: Amazon Fire HD 10 Plus (2021)

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Amazon’s best Fire tablet is the Amazon Fire HD 10 Plus, which features excellent battery life, a decent display, and good performance to make it a great value. 

This slightly more powerful variant of the Fire HD 10 will feel right at home in the hands of someone who enjoys reading or watching streaming videos. Don’t expect much in the way of applications, as it shares the Fire tablet’s inability to access the Google Play Android app store easily. 

Still, if you’re already a part of the Prime ecosystem (and can catch a deal during an Amazon sale), the Fire HD 10 Plus provides excellent value for your money. 

Specifications 
  • CPU: 2.0GHz octa-core CPU 
  • Camera Resolution: 5 MP (rear) 2 MP (front) 
  • Display: 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel 
  • Storage: 32GB, 64GB 
  • Memory: 4GB RAM 
  • Ports: 1x USB-C, headphone jack, microSD 
  • Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.5 x 0.4 inches 
  • Weight: 17.8 ounces/1.1 pounds 
PROS
  • Great price
  • Sharp screen
  • Solid battery life
  • Good-enough performance
  • Acts as an Alexa smart display
  • Bundles offer it a second life as a laptop or smart screen
CONS
  • No Google Play Store out of the box
  • Back panel is a little too flexible
  • "Plus" upgrades don't affect normal tablet use that much
  • Old chipset
  • Dated design
  • Tinny speakers
  • Bad cameras

2. Editor's Choice: Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021)

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The Amazon Fire HD 10 is a great all-purpose tablet. Amazon has just released the 2021 model with incremental improvements over the 2019 model, including a brighter screen, 1GB more RAM, and a smaller, lighter design. 

We believe the Amazon Fire HD 10 is the best Amazon Fire tablet for most consumers due to its excellent battery life, solid performance, and attractive screen. It is available for $150. 

However, its most significant flaws are inherent to Amazon Fire tablets. Notably, Amazon’s Fire OS still needs to be app-challenged, lacking the Google Play app store. As a result, you can’t get the full YouTube experience, among other things, and you’ll miss out on several great apps not available on Amazon’s app store. 

Specifications 
  • CPU: 2.0GHz octa-core CPU 
  • Camera Resolution: 5 MP (rear) 2 MP (front) 
  • Display: 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel 
  • Storage: 32GB, 64GB 
  • Memory : 3GB RAM 
  • Ports: 1x USB-C, headphone jack, microSD 
  • Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.5 x 0.4 inches 
  • Weight: 17.8 ounces/1.1 pounds 
PROS
  • Color accurate screen
  • Affordable price
  • Plenty of RAM
  • USB-C charging
  • Acts as an Alexa smart display
CONS
  • Poor-quality cameras
  • Fire OS is still restrictive
  • Poor app selection
  • Old chipset
  • No official waterproof rating

3. The best Amazon Fire tablet for those on a budget: Amazon Fire 7

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For many customers, price is the deciding factor so Amazon could have coasted with the $50 Fire 7 tablet. Fortunately, the latest version of the company’s cheapest tablet features a speedy quad-core 1.3 GHz processor, allowing you to navigate apps and browse the web more quickly than you would expect from a tablet of this price. And whereas previous Fire tablets required a tap to activate Alexa — which made no sense, as the digital assistant is intended to be activated via voice — the Fire 7 finally added voice triggers for the digital assistant. 

Expect none of the extra features that come with more expensive tablets. The Fire 7 tablet’s sub-HD display is not sharp enough for iPad users, and unless you pay extra, its lock screen is filled with advertisements. Nonetheless, it is an excellent option for those looking for an inexpensive media consumption device. 

Specifications 
  • CPU: Quad-Core 1.3 GHz processor 
  • Camera Resolution: 2MP (rear), 2MP (front) 
  • Display: 7 inches, 1024 x 600 pixels 
  • Storage: 16GB, 32GB 
  • Memory: 1GB 
  • Ports: headphone jack. microUSB, microSD, 
  • Dimensions: 7.6 x 4.5 x 0.4 inches 
  • Weight: 0.6 pounds (10.1 ounces) 
PROS
  • Affordable
  • Doubles as Alexa smart display
  • Battery life
  • USB-C
CONS
  • Performance needs patience
  • Display is just okay
  • Cameras aren’t all that impressive

4. The best Amazon Fire tablet for tweens: Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro

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Hardware-wise, the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro (2021) is identical to the excellent Amazon Fire HD 10. It has the same octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 1,900 x 1,200 resolution display. It is designed specifically for older children ages 6 to 12 and comes with an Amazon Kids+ subscription, a colorful kickstand case, and a 2-year warranty that covers accidental damage. 

If you’re in the market for a kid-friendly tablet, a few rivals can match the Fire HD 10 Kids Pro’s $199 price and generous warranty. It has the same flaws as every other Fire tablet, most notably no easy access to the Google Play Store, but if you’re planning to give it to a child, that’s less of an issue. 

Specifications 
  • CPU: 2.0GHz octa-core CPU 
  • Camera Resolution: 5 MP (rear) 2 MP (front) 
  • Display: 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel 
  • Storage: 32GB 
  • Ports: 1x USB-C, headphone jack, microSD 
  • Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.5 x 0.4 inches 
  • Weight: 17.8 ounces/1.1 pounds 
PROS
  • Vibrant screen makes cartoons pop
  • Tenacious battery outlasts the competition
  • Comprehensive 2-year warranty
CONS
  • No native Google apps
  • Dull audio compared to the competitors

5. The best sub-$100 Amazon Fire tablet: Amazon Fire HD 8

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The Amazon Fire HD 8 is an excellent tablet for specific purposes. Its brilliant display and over 13 hours of battery life make it ideal for content consumption, and its reversible USB-C port is a feature we wish the less expensive Fire 7 tablet had. On top of that, this $90 tablet is good enough at everything else, including audio quality and performance, for its price; I cannot deny that many will find it a good deal. I was also pleasantly surprised by the quality of its front camera when I took selfies while writing the review, as webcams on more expensive laptops are significantly inferior. 

Those who desire the comprehensiveness of the Google Play Android app store or the iPad’s iOS app store may be disappointed with Amazon. People who dislike using inferior web-based versions of these applications are frustrated by the need for Google’s apps, which must be sideloaded. 

Specifications 
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz quad-core processor 
  • Camera Resolution: 2MP (rear), 2MP (front) 
  • Display: 8-inch 1280 x 800-pixel 
  • Storage: 32GB, 64GB 
  • Memory: 2GB 
  • Ports: headphone jack. USB-C, microSD, 
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5.4 x 0.4 inches 
  • Weight: 0.8 pounds (12.5 ounces) 
PROS
  • Inexpensive
  • Long battery life
  • Excellent audio
  • Hands-free Alexa support
CONS
  • Limited app compatibility
  • Sluggish performance

6. The best Amazon Fire tablet for young children: Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids

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The Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids, like the Fire mentioned above, HD 10 Kids Pro, is essentially a child-friendly variant of the Fire HD 10. It costs the same as the Fire HD 10 Kids Pro ($199) and offers essentially the same features, but it is designed for children ages 3 to 7 instead of older children. 

Like its siblings, the Fire HD 10 Kids features a bright display, a durable, kid-friendly design, and excellent battery life. In addition, the device’s detailed parental controls give you a great deal of control over what a child does on it, with little chance of them straying. The lack of Google Play Store apps limits what you can do with this tablet, but if you give it to your 5-year-old so they can watch videos, that’s hardly a problem. The Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids is an excellent choice if you want a durable, long-lasting tablet designed for young children. 

Specifications 
  • CPU: 2.0GHz octa-core CPU 
  • Camera Resolution: 5 MP (rear) 2 MP (front) 
  • Display: 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel 
  • Storage: 32GB 
  • Ports: 1x USB-C, headphone jack, microSD 
  • Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.5 x 0.4 inches 
  • Weight: 17.8 ounces/1.1 pounds 
PROS
  • Excellent parental controls
  • Library of brand-name kids' content
  • Two rugged case options
  • Long warranty
CONS
  • App store lacks some popular comics apps and games
  • Not enough power for action gaming

7. Best Fire Tablet for Kids: Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition

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Amazon offers two Kids Edition Fire tablets, as “children” encompasses a wide range of hand sizes and other factors. There is a standard Kids Edition and a “Pro” version. The latter, designed for older children, has a sleeker design with less padding and allows parents to download apps from a Kids’ app store. We believe that the Fire HD 8 Kids is the best device for younger children, whereas the 2021 Fire HD 10 Kids Pro ($200), which is quite significant in the hands of young children, is ideal for older children. The new Fire 7 Kids ($110) is an even more affordable option for young children, although mine have always found the 7-inch screen size more challenging to operate. 

The Kids Edition Fire tablets are identical to the standard Fire tablets, except that they include a rugged case and a two-year worry-free guarantee, which means Amazon will replace the tablet for free if your children damage it. It also has a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+, which provides access to kid-friendly movies, books, games, and apps. After the first year, it costs $5 per month (for Prime subscribers) and $8 per month (if you do not have Prime). Please refer to our management guide for Amazon Kids+ content. 

Specifications 
  • 12-hour battery life 
  • 1-year Fire For Kids subscription 
  • 2-year warranty 
  • Kids Edition case 
  • 32GB storage + microSD slot 
  • 8-inch 1280 x 800 LCD IPS screen 
  • 2-megapixel rear camera, VGA front camera 
PROS
  • Designed with kids first and foremost; it’s not just an adult tablet with child-friendly features tacked on or buried away
  • Easy to setup and use
  • Can be used as an adult tablet, by setting up additional profiles
  • Yearly Kids+ subscriptions can be shared by up to four children
  • Three gadgets in one – a Fire tablet, Echo Show and Kindle
CONS
  • Not cheap
  • Basic design
  • Sluggish
  • No Google apps – including YouTube Kids

8. Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus (2022)

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The Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus (2022) is an incremental improvement over our budget pick, the Fire HD 8. It offers the same feature set and specifications, but you receive enhancements in three areas for $20 more than the Fire HD 8. First, the Plus model includes an additional gigabyte of memory, contributing to the tablet’s overall fluidity and responsiveness. The Plus model features a 5MP primary camera instead of a 2MP camera. While the Plus version offers higher-resolution photos, the overall quality is similar to the standard version. 

Additionally, Amazon has equipped the Fire HD 8 Plus with wireless charging capabilities. However, a $50 (or $40 if you purchase the bundle) wireless charger is sold separately. In addition to charging your tablet at 10W, wireless charging also functions as a dock, which will be helpful while watching videos, reading recipes, or making video calls. 

The company also includes a 9W power brick with the Plus model, which can charge the tablet for roughly three hours, about the same as the wireless charger. 

Specifications 
  • Storage: 32 or 64GB + microSD up to 1TB 
  • CPU: Hexa-core 2GHz 
  • Memory: 3GB 
  • Operating System: Fire OS 8 based on Android 11 
  • Battery: Rated for 13 hours of mixed use, supports wireless charging 
  • Ports: USB 2.0 (Type-C) 
  • Camera (Rear, Front): 5MP rear, 2MP front 
  • Display (Size, Resolution): 8″ 1280 x 800 IPS LCD 
  • Price: $120 to $165 
  • Size: 201.90 x 137.34 x 9.60mm / 342g 
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.2 
  • Headphone jack: Yes, 3.5mm audio 
PROS
  • Wireless charging and accessories give it flair
  • Relatively affordable tablet
  • Plastic body is grippy and durable
  • Reliable battery life
CONS
  • Lock screen ads come by default
  • Fire OS is still limited in functionality and app support
  • Has a "last resort" camera

9. Amazon Fire 7 Kids (2022)

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Hardware-wise, the Amazon Fire 7 Kids (2022) is identical to the new Amazon Fire 7. The exact quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 7-inch 1024x600p display are included. The Fire 7 Kids is designed specifically for children between the ages of 3 and 7. As a result, the tablet comes with a sturdy kids-proof case with a built-in stand, protecting it from inevitable drops by your children. 

Amazon also includes a one-year subscription to its Kids+ service, which provides access to thousands of apps, games, books, videos, and other content. After the first year, however, the service will cost $5 plus monthly tax. Several parental controls are also integrated into the tablet, allowing you to filter content based on your child’s age, set time limits and educational goals, and restrict access to a subset of Netflix, Disney+, and Zoom content. 

Unfortunately, apart from age-based filtering and per-title blocking, there is no other way to restrict access to content in Kids+. The tablet is also notable for its two-year limited warranty. Therefore, if the tablet develops issues during the two years, you can ask Amazon to repair or replace it. As the Fire 7 Kids is based on the Fire 7 tablet, it is less potent than the Fire HD 8 Plus and Fire HD 10, but your child is unlikely to perform processor-intensive tasks. 

Specifications 
  • Storage: 16 or 32GB + microSD up to 1TB 
  • CPU: Quad-core 2GHz 
  • Memory: 2GB 
  • Operating System: Fire OS 8 based on Android 11 
  • Battery: Rated for 10 hours of mixed use, supports 5W charging 
  • Ports: USB 2.0 (Type-C), 3.5mm audio 
  • Camera (Rear, Front): 2MP rear, 2MP front 
  • Display (Size, Resolution): 7″ 1024 x 600 IPS LCD 
  • Price: $110 to $130 
  • Size: 162 x 201 x 28 mm, 429g 
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5 
PROS
  • Affordable
  • Comes with a rugged foam case
  • Two-year warranty
  • Excellent battery life
CONS
  • Sluggish performance
  • Low-resolution display
  • Poor cameras

How to select the appropriate Amazon Fire tablet

Still, trying to decide which Amazon Fire tablet best suits your needs? Here are some essential considerations. 

Screen size 

Amazon Fire tablets have screen sizes ranging from 7 to 10 inches. Consider the Fire HD 10 if you plan to watch many videos. It has the largest and most attractive display available. If you only need a tablet for web browsing and e-book reading, a smaller display, such as the one on the Fire 7 or Fire HD 8, will suffice. 

Budget 

Although all Amazon Fire tablets are less expensive than anything Apple produces, there is still a wide price range of $50 to $200, or more if you splurge on accessories. If you can afford the more expensive option, the $150 Fire HD 10 is likely your best option. However, if you’d rather spend $100 or $50, the Fire HD 8 and Fire 7 are decent tablets that should satisfy your needs. 

Age 

How old is the person for whom you are purchasing this tablet? If you’re buying an inexpensive Amazon Fire tablet for a child, there are various kid-friendly options depending on age. The Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids offers decent performance, excellent parental controls, and a drop-resistant case for children ages 3 to 7. The Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro offers nearly identical features for the same price, but it is designed for children ages 6 to 12. And if the recipient is older, the standard Amazon Fire HD 10 will likely suffice. 

FAQs

The Fire HD 10 is the largest and speediest of Amazon’s tablets.

Amazon’s tablets are convenient, affordable, and practical. Simply put, they get the job done within a tight budget so they’re definitely worth your money. However, if you need a non-e-paper tablet for productivity, multitasking, and high quality content streaming, Amazon’s offerings will not suffice.

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Generally speaking, the average lifespan of a Kindle is 5 to 6 years. Kindle Fire Tablets have a much shorter lifespan than the e-ink versions and typically last about 2 to 3 years.

Generally, Samsung tablets have better quality cameras, while Amazon Fire tablets have been continuously improving their camera quality, but they have to come more. Both brands offer Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, while only Samsung Galaxy tabs are 5G enabled.

According to Amazon, they both run 30% faster than the most recent Fire 8 releases, thanks to Amazon’s improved hexa-core processor. The 2022 Fire HD 8 features 2GB RAM, the same as the previous iteration, but the 8 Plus sports 3GB RAM.

Amazon’s Fire tablets have long been popular as iPad alternatives for kids, as they’re considerably cheaper and come with a bunch of kid-friendly features, such as a kids profile mode that locks out certain apps and features.

The Amazon tablet that's right for you

Amazon’s lineup of Fire tablets has something for everyone. And due to the affordable pricing, the entry barrier is relatively low — $60. If you are comfortable leaving the Google ecosystem behind or have the technical know-how to hack the Google apps onto the tablet, you have a good selection of alternatives. 

Our editor’s pick, the Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021), is a versatile device. Its 10-inch, high-resolution display is ideal for viewing videos and surfing the web. However, the Fire HD 10 Plus is the way to go if you prefer the best option available. It includes wireless charging and the most RAM available on any Fire tablet. You can even choose the “Productivity Bundle” to enhance the device’s functionality. 

The Amazon Fire HD 8 (2022) makes the most sense if you need a reliable, inexpensive tablet for accessing social media, reading e-books, and watching the latest Prime Video show. 

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