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Amazon’s New Fire TV Omni QLED Doubles as a Smart Display

Amazon's new Fire TV Omni QLED

A little over a year after launching its first branded TV with the Fire TV Omni line, Amazon is back with its new, improved, and smarter Fire TV Omni QLED series. The QLED series obviously packs a better picture, but the kicker is that these TVs can double as smart displays.

For those unaware, Amazon launched its own TV brand in 2021. It delivers the same great Amazon Fire TV experience we’ve seen on streaming sticks, only it’s baked right into the TV. And now, its second-generation TVs are better than ever.

Thanks to the upgrade to an advanced Quantum Dot (QLED) display, buyers can expect a bright, vivid picture, inky blacks, bright whites, beautiful colors, local dimming zones, and more. However, the real selling point is new presence sensors that will turn the TV on/off automatically, control an ambient art mode, and, more importantly, Amazon’s new “Ambient Experience” software.

Amazon Fire TV Omni Ambient Experience

With Ambient Experience, the TV essentially turns into a giant Echo Show-type smart screen, displaying helpful widgets and notes, smart home info, and works with Alexa to double as a smart home hub.

Amazon’s new TVs pack beautiful 4K screens, four HDMI ports (including HDMI-ARC), ethernet, optical audio, USB-A, a headphone port, an IR emitter, and 12W speakers. Other specs include HDR10, HLG, HDR10+ Adaptive, and Dolby Vision IQ. The included Amazon Fire remote works with Alexa, giving you more ways to control your entire experience.

The all-new Fire TV Omni QLED line is available starting today in two sizes, and they’re relatively affordable for a QLED set. Amazon’s 65-inch model runs $799, or you can get the bigger 75-inch Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED for $1,099. Grab yours from the link below.

Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED

Get the new Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED, the company's smartest TV lineup ever, starting at $799.

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Cory Gunther has been writing about phones, Android, cars, and technology in general for over a decade. He's a staff writer for Review Geek covering roundups, EVs, and news. He's previously written for GottaBeMobile, SlashGear, AndroidCentral, and InputMag, and he's written over 9,000 articles. Read Full Bio »