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- Amazon may soon launch a series of private-label TVs in the United States.
- The launch may take place as early as October.
- These panels will be manufactured by TCL and include Alexa support.
According to a new report, Amazon may launch a new private-label TV series in the United States as early as October.
Every Business insiderA source who knows “closely confidential” said that Amazon’s TVs will support Alexa, ranging in size from 55 inches to 75 inches, and will initially be manufactured by the Chinese company TCL. According to reports, Amazon is also building a set of its own.
Amazon is no stranger to the TV field because it sells a series of TVs in India under the name AmazonBasics. The 55-inch panel has 4K resolution, three HDMI 2.0 ports, Dolby Vision and HDR10 support, and Fire TV operating system. It also provides its Fire TV OS platform to third-party manufacturers.
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It is not clear how Amazon will price its TV series in the United States, but AmazonBasics TV provides us with a rough guide. 55 inch model Priced at Rs 42,999 In India (approximately $589). Therefore, we expect the price of the cheapest model to exceed $600. Of course, Amazon will compete with companies such as Samsung, LG, and TCL in the United States, so aggressive pricing may be an effective strategy to push its ecosystem to more families.
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