Amazon apparently releasing its own big-screen televisions with Alexa features
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- September 4, 2021
Amazon intends to release a series of big-screen TVs in the US when this October, placing the organization in direct competition with organizations like Samsung, LG and Sony, as per a new report.
The TVs will accompany outfitted with Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant and will range in size from 55 to 75 inches, Insider detailed late Thursday. They will purportedly be made by the Chinese producer TCL.
Amazon is likewise developing a different TV product that it is designing in-house, as per the report.
Amazon didn’t quickly reply to a request for comment from The Post.
It’s muddled how the TV would be branded or advertised. Amazon as of now sells a TV in India that is branded as part of its “Amazon Basics” line.
The 50-inch version of the Indian Amazon Basics TV sells for $506, while a bigger 55-inch version goes for $588.
The reviews for Amazon’s Indian TVs are very mixed. While numerous clients acclaim the item as a decent arrangement, others have grumbled that their TV’s screens show the Amazon Basics logos, in an evident error, for 15 minutes before they can watch anything.
Others have grumbled that the TV’s Alexa work glitches, or announced getting TVs that don’t work in any case.
In one more illustration of Amazon’s TV aspirations, the organization cooperated with Best Buy recently to sell Toshiba and Insignia TVs that sudden spike in demand for Amazon’s Fire TV software.