Amazon announces new Fire TV with 4K and HDR support

Amazon is updating its Fire TV stick dongle with a new model which now supports 4K Ultra HD at 60fps, HDR and Dolby Atmos audio for immersive audio experience. It also gets an improved design that resembles Google Chromecast. It is still small, but connects to the HDMI port of the TV through a small cable.

The new Fire TV is powered by 1.5GHz quad-core processor and comes with 2GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. Just like the previous model, the new Fire Stick support WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1 for wireless connectivity.

It comes with Alexa Voice Remote, that lets you perform tasks like play music, ask question or control smart home appliances using voice commands. You can also connect it to the Echo speaker for hands-free, far field voice control. It supports third party apps and also has a large library of movies and TV show from popular streaming services like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu and more.

The new Amazon Fire TV has been priced at $69.99 (Rs. 4,600), making it the most affordable 4K device ever, cheaper than the Google Chromecast Ultra and Apple TV 4K. It is now available for pre-order in the U.S and will start shipping October 25.

Kaiser Bey
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Amazon announces new Fire TV with 4K and HDR support Amazon announces new Fire TV with 4K and HDR support Reviewed by Kaiser on 9/28/2017 04:12:00 PM
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