Amazon’s current chief executive, Andy Jassy has reportedly embarked on an aggressive business scheme that is expected to moderate its television software service — introducing its branded smart TV that support 4K resolution before the tenth month of the year runs out.
The multinational e-commerce company prioritized its entertainment service-product which also includes Amazon Fire TV Stick, Amazon Prime, and its FirFire TV Cube, Techbooky writes.
With Amazon’s Fire TV software aside, Andy Jassy intends to brand the Amazon smart TV to host its custom Fire TV 4K software that has purportedly featured on other third-party smart TV brands including, Toshiba, Insignia, Samsung, etc.
By October, Amazon’s TV will be out, although Amazon’s announcement per its branded TV remains vague. Techbooky suggests the Amazon-branded TV will roll out in spectacular sizes that range from 55 inches up to 80 inches.
As expected of a smart TV, Amazon will integrate its TV with Alexa to assist users to navigate through the Amazon smart TV UI, exploring suitable content with 4K resolution.
Per Andy Jassy’s vague announcement, Amazon-branded TV will be designed and manufactured by TCL. The same third-party tech company has reportedly built several Amazon gadgets.
Even as an e-commerce giant company in the industry, Amazon has reportedly consorted with the likes of Best Buy to sell third-party smart TVs powered with its Fire TV 4k OS especially Insignia, Toshiba smart TVs.
Amazon also has in-house technicians developing possible designs for its branded TV, knowing that Amazon also paid TCL for the same job. Amazon’s smart TV is expected to support 4k resolution in line with its Fire TV OS — this software is built to supports smart TVs with 4k resolution.
Since Amazon’s in-house technicians are also on deck with developing its smart TV, I suggest Amazon is likely to integrate its TV-related technologies such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick and the Fire TV Cube which is expected to feature solely on Amazon’s branded Smart TV or as a smart TV with multiple paired gadgets.
Amazon-branded TV schemes at expanding its e-commerce services that are likely to rival other tech companies that produce smart TV such as Samsung, Toshiba, LG, Google, etc. Still, neither Amazon nor Andy himself has clarified the Amazon-branded TV that is set to roll out in October.