Android tablets may have failed to set the world alight in comparison to the iPad sales numbers, but there has been one big success: Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Its success has been all the more remarkable considering Amazon still hasn't bothered to start selling it outside the US yet. Yet while we're still waiting on version one on this side of the Atlantic, it appears Amazon's long expected follow-up may show its face in the US first.
According to BGR, the expected 10-inch partner to the original 7in Kindle Fire could be on the cards for a Q2 release, and will come packing an Nvidia quad-core Tegra 3 chipset. Sweet.
This follows a DigiTimes report last week claiming that Amazon has placed a large order with a Taiwanese chassis maker for a "new" Kindle Fire tablet, though the size isn't specified.
Not that you should get too excited, of course. There's still nothing to indicate that the second Kindle Fire will get here any quicker than the first, which - we remind you once again - hasn't actually happened at all yet.