Amazon announced this Wednesday (22) that its smart TV lineup has been expanded with the arrival of it. Three new size options for the Fire TV Omni QLED flagship series, in addition to the release of more accessible versions. The retailer also confirmed the launch of Luna streaming alongside the television launch in more countries.
Coming to accompany the 65- and 75-inch models The new Fire TV Omni QLED will be available with 43-, 50- and 55-inch displaysIt features 4K resolution panels, up to 96 dimming zones, Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ Adaptive. They also offer “Ambient Experience” features.
These sensor-triggered features allow the TV to turn on and off automatically based on the presence of people in the room. The engine also includes a suite of images and widgets with information about weather, news, streaming suggestions, notes, reminders, and more.
The new Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED models, already available for pre-sale in the United States, start at US$449.99, which is R$2,368 based on the 43-inch version. The 50-inch model costs US$529.99 (R$2,790) and the 55-inch model costs US$599.99 (R$3,159).
Affordable TVs and expansion to more countries
Big tech has also made its launch official. new fire tv series 2With screen sizes of 32 (HD) and 40 inches (Full HD). They support HDR10, HLG and Dolby Digital Audio technologies, as well as remote control with Alexa, but they lack immersive viewing or Experience Environment.
More accessible, new Amazon Fire TV 2 It costs $199.99 (R$1,052) for the 32-inch version and $249.99 (R$1,316) for the 40-inch version. Alongside the Fire TV Omni QLED and Fire TV 4 series, they’ll be available in the US, as well as Mexico, Germany, and the UK.
Another confirmed innovation is Amazon Luna launches in Germany, UK and Canada. Formerly exclusive to the US, the game streaming platform lets you play directly on TV without a console for a monthly subscription fee.
Source: Tec Mundo
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