Amazon is once again in the spotlight for refreshing the Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED device. This time, the company is working on its adaptation rather than whiz-bang features. Not to mention, these devices have a 4k Omni OLED screen. Moreover, these devices are available in three different variants, including 43, 50, and 55-inch screens.
Surprisingly, you can buy the Amazon 4k Fire TV Omni QLED for only $450. Amazon has always planned to improve the Fire TV lineup, but it was delayed for some technical reasons. This time, the upgrade will offer to support up to 96 zones of local dimming and HDR. The online retailer has been using Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ Adaptive to offer such high-end specifications.
The Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED Device Will Feature A Far-Field Microphone:
Amazon is confident in using far-field microphones to ensure that Alexa controls the Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED device. In addition, the company promises to offer an improved ambient experience, just like we saw in Samsung’s The Frame. The updated variants will respond to weather, time, and other conditions. Amazon plans to release the update later this year.
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In addition, the Amazon Fire TV 2 series is in the queue, preferably for small bedrooms. There are also two variants of this series, such as a 32-inch with 720p screen resolution and a 40-inch with 1080p resolution. Unfortunately, both lack QLED technology, but they do support HDR. Users will need a remote for Alexa to control the Amazon Fire TV-2 series.
With an HDR display, the Fire TV 2 series is still competitive and fits the budget of the masses. The reason is that most devices do not even have HDR screens. This Amazon Fire TV device goes on sale today. Notably, Amazon is not offering a pre-order period for this variant.
The only attractive thing is the $200 price tag for a 32-inch 720p display. If you are in a hurry, you can pre-order the Amazon Fire TV with Omni QLED technology today. The 24-inch screen will set you back $149, and QLED Plus will set you back a few bucks less than $500.