Amazon, the American technology titan, has introduced its first line of Amazon-built televisions: the Omni Series and the 4-Series.
According to Mashable, Amazon will sell its own smart televisions, with both versions including 4K resolution and the company’s Fire TV operating system.
Previously, the business licenced its Fire TV software to manufacturers like as Toshiba and Insignia.
According to reports, the Omni series enables users to start shows, switch inputs, and adjust the volume using Alexa – all without the necessity of a remote. Alexa may be accessed even when the television is turned off.
Additionally, it will deliver live picture-in-picture from Amazon-made Ring doorbell cameras, which connect to Amazon Echo devices.
Televisions in the Omni series will be offered in 43-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch sizes.
According to Mashable, the 43-inch Omni Series is priced at USD 409.99. It will cost USD 509.99 for 50 inches and USD 559.99 for 55 inches. The 65-inch and 75-inch models are with with Dolby Vision and are priced at USD 829.99 and USD 1,099.99, respectively.
Another type, the ‘4-Series,’ is less priced at USD 369.99 for the 43-inch version, USD 469.99 for the 50-inch version, and USD 519.99 for the 55-inch version.
According to Mashable, Amazon’s 4-series offers “many of the same features” as the 5-series, but does not support Dolby Digital Plus or Dolby Vision. Without the usage of a remote control, Alexa would not be activated.
The Omni Series and 4-Series will be available next month on Amazon and Best Buy.
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