Amazon launched the first Amazon-branded Fire TV Edition TVs, using its own brand, AmazonBasics India.
Both sizes are 4K UHD TVs with support for Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG HDR formats, as well as Dolby Atmos audio.
AmazonBasics is a home brand from Amazon, which uses it to sell a huge variety of products, such as Costco’s Kirkland brand and Walmart’s Great Value brand.
And given that Amazon released the AmazonBasics microwave two years ago with Alexa support, it is not surprising that it does something similar with televisions and the Fire TV OS.
While the AmazonBasics brand is little known in regards to electronics or large appliances in most countries, this is not the case in India, where you can buy dishwashers, air conditioners and even AmazonBasics branded refrigerators.
Released 50-inch and 55-inch TV sizes support 4K video resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels at 60 frames per second.
There is also a 43-inch 4K TV that is supposed to be released in the future with similar specifications.
In addition to the three devices, Amazon is also planning to release a 43-inch 1080p device and a 32-inch 720p device in India under the AmazonBasics brand and Fire TV operating system.
The AmazonBasics Fire TV Edition 50- and 55-inch TVs seem to match each other, regardless of their screen sizes, as they have 3 HDMI 2.0 ports, an optical audio output, USB 3.0 port, and a USB 2.0 port for connecting external drives and other USB devices.
The devices also have an IR port to control the connected devices, such as: amplifiers, receivers, and encoders.
And, as would be expected with any modern Fire TV device, these TVs come equipped with the capabilities of the Alexa Smart Assistant through a booster remote control for voice commands.
Mentioned there is a lot of Roads Which you can follow to get the Fire TV experience, but in terms of custom TVs that come with Fire OS preinstalled, Amazon has preferred to work with partners through its Fire TV Edition program rather than releasing its own TVs.