Amazon Fire TV Cube Price, Availability in India
The latest Amazon Fire TV Cube in India is priced at Rs. 13,999 starting price. The streaming device will go on sale “soon.” Amazon hasn’t announced an exact date as to when the Amazon Fire TV will arrive in India, but you can sign up to get notified as soon as the new Fire TV Cube is available on Amazon.
Amazon Fire TV Cube Features and Specifications
The new Amazon Fire TV Cube is launched with a new 2.0Ghz processor, which is claimed to be 20 percent more powerful than the previous generation. The new Amazon Fire TV Cube comes with support for Dolby Vision, HDR as well as cinematic 4K Ultra HD content and for audio, the Amazon Fire TV Cube comes with Dolby Atmos.
The Amazon Fire TV Cube also comes with Super Resolution Upscaling, a technology that uses software tricks to deliver better picture quality by upscaling HD content in 4K, improving detail, contrast and clarity on the display.
The new streaming device from Amazon comes with Wi-Fi 6 connectivity as well as an Ethernet port in case the user wants to connect a LAN to their Amazon Fire TV Cube. Of course, there’s hands-free Alexa, which gives users the ability to give voice commands.
Amazon Remote Pro Price and Features
Amazon has also released a standalone remote for its Fire TV devices. Called Amazon Remote Pro, this remote is priced in India at Rs. 2,499 and comes with features like a remote finder, customizable buttons and motion-activated backlights that illuminate the buttons when the user picks up the remote for use in the dark. .
Amazon held its fall event last night, where the company debuted its next-generation devices, including the new Kindle, the new Fire TV Cube, the second-generation Echo Auto device, and more. Some of the notable launches from Amazon’s fall event include the new Kindle Scribe, the new fifth-generation Echo Dot smart speaker, the Echo Auto device that brings Amazon and Alexa smarts to your car, and a new bedside smart lamp called Halo Rise.
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Written By Sabhitech