Kindle Paperwhite (2015) is now available for Rs 10,999 (Wi-Fi) and Rs 13,999 (3G) in India. We tested out the device and here’s our quick review on what really stands out in this e-reader.
The display quality which ensures that the images are sharper and clearer. Amazon claims the new Kindle Paperwhite (2015) has a 300 pixels per inch resolution, which is double that of the earlier generation. And it shows. The new Kindle Paperwhite (2015), also seem to offer better brightness controls.
The bad news
The new display seems to be eating into the battery life a bit. While the old Kindle can survive weeks without a recharge. This one might need to be charged every fortnight at least.