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Amazon plans to launch its own televisions in the US | Digital Trends Spanish

According to an article by InsiderAmazon is planning to launch its own televisions in the United States this year, “just in time for the holiday shopping season.”

The project would have been developing for two years by the teams of Amazon Devices and Lab126, from the R&D division, also in charge of designing the Kindle and the Echo speakers.

It should be remembered that, some time ago, the company already launched an AmazonBasics TV in India, and now it could do the same in the United States.

For this, Amazon would have concluded agreements with other manufacturers such as TCL, which would also be collaborating in the manufacture of this television.

According to the Insider report, these devices could work with Alexa, although it is still unknown if they could run the company’s Fire TV software.

Amazon already markets televisions that run Fire TV, but carry their manufacturers’ brands. Thus, the next devices will show the Amazon brand, although they have been developed by other manufacturers.

These new televisions that will be launched in the United States are expected to be between 55 and 75 inches, that is basically all that is known about these devices, since, at the moment, it is also not known if they will be basic models, such as those launched in India, which have few features and functions.

These models lack panels that can compete with higher-end OLED technologies and do not even have other basic features such as HDMI 2.1 ports.

In any case, it could be an attractive launch, especially in a field where the technology company wants to add experience.

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