Amazon's Fire TV Devices Hit a Milestone

Amazon has announced that it has sold 200 million Fire TV devices, including streaming TV sticks, the Fire TV Cube, and smart TVs equipped with Fire TV OS. The company has become a major player in the streaming TV market, and its products continue to be popular among consumers around the world.

New Fire TV TVs in the Omni QLED Series

Amazon has introduced new models in its high-end Fire TV Omni QLED series. The new models are available in smaller sizes of 43 inches, 50 inches, and 55 inches, in addition to the previously released 65-inch and 75-inch versions. The new smaller sizes are designed to fit in any room, allowing customers to enjoy the ambient experience in any space.

The Omni QLED series features 4K quantum dot technology (QLED) displays with up to 96 zones of full-array local dimming, and supports Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ adaptive technology for an immersive cinema experience. The series also features built-in far-field technology, enabling customers to control the ambient experience hands-free with Alexa from anywhere in the room.

The new Fire TV models are available for pre-order starting May 11, with the 43-inch version priced at $449.99, the 50-inch version priced at $529.99, and the 55-inch version priced at $599.99.

New Budget-Friendly Fire TV 2 Lineup

Amazon has also unveiled its new Fire TV 2 lineup, offering budget-themed HD Fire TV OS TVs that fit most rooms in the home. The two models are now on sale, the 32-inch version priced at $199.99, and the 40-inch version priced at $249.99.

Expansion to the UK, Germany, and Mexico

Amazon has announced that all of its Fire TV smart TVs are now available for sale in the UK, Germany, and Mexico for the first time. This move will help to expand Amazon's reach and reach a wider audience in these regions.

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