All-new Kindle Oasis with adjustable warm light launched in India, prices start at Rs 21,999

After a hiatus of around two years, Amazon has finally added a new model to its flagship Kindle Oasis e-reader lineup. To recap, the last Kindle Oasis launched in 2017 featured a water-resistant body with physical page turns buttons on the right. Now, the Amazon has launched the All-new Kindle Oasis with similar features, and a new feature for the display. The latest Kindle Oasis has already gone up for pre-order on Amazon India.

All-New Kindle Oasis price in India and availability

As already mentioned, the new device can be picked up from Amazon India and will start shipping on August 19th. Amazon is offering the latest Kindle Oasis in two storage variants – 8GB and 32GB. The base variant of the Kindle Oasis will set you back by Rs 21,999, whereas the high-end variant has been priced at Rs 24,999. There’s also a Wi-Fi + free 4G variant of the 32GB model, which costs Rs 28,999. The device will be available in Graphite and Champagne Gold colours.

Amazon is also offering three months of Kindle Unlimited subscription for just Rs 2 with the purchase of the New Kindle Oasis. Additionally, customers who pre-book the latest device will get 100 percent off on purchase of any one eBook priced up to Rs 500.

All-new Kindle Oasis specifications

The display light of the All-new Kindle Oasis is its biggest upgrade – it allows users to change the colour tone from cool to warm. This will be beneficial to have a more comfortable reading experience during the day as well as at night. There is also an option that changes the display light colour tone automatically in sync with sunrise and sunset times. The display itself is the same 7-inch, 300ppi panel from the last generation Kindle Oasis.

The latest offering flaunts next-generation e-ink technology for faster page turns, dedicated page turn buttons, Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity. There is also IPX8 certification, which means that the new Kindle Oasis can survive under fresh water up to 2 meters for 60 minutes. Amazon also claims that the battery gets fully charged in around 3 hours and can last up to six weeks, with connectivity options turned off and the light at its lowest setting.

Abhiman Biswas

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