Douglas Anmuth, an analyst at JPMorgan analyst, wrote in a research note that the Amazon could sell five million Kindle Fire units this holiday season.
In addition, Anmuth said Amazon will sell 7-inch and 10-inch Kindle Fire models with 3G functionality in the future.
Research firm eDataSource in Sept. said Kindle Fire pre-order sales totaled 95,000 units in the first day of availability.
Applications include the Amazon Silk Browser, E-Mail, Amazon Instant Video, Amazon Appstore, and Amazon Cloud Drive with unlimited cloud storage for Amazon content.
Finally, each Kindle Fire will include a free month of Amazon Prime membership.
Amazon in Sept. announced new Kindle models including the Kindle at $79.00, the Kindle Touch with touch display and built-in Wi-Fi at $99.00, and the Kindle Touch 3G which adds free 3G wireless functionality at $149.00.