Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K launched in India for Rs 5,999 with the all new Alexa voice remote

Fire TV Stick 4K

Amazon is getting ready for the festival, as after refreshing its Echo speaker line-up in India, the company has today announced its much popular streaming device with an upgrade. The all-new Fire TV Stick 4K is now available to purchase in India at a price of Rs 5,999. Plus, there is an all-new Alexa voice remote with TV control. Let’s talk about the Fire TV Stick 4K features below.

People who are looking to buy a better viewing experience plus audio as well could consider buying this over the regular Fire TV stick in India. If you own an HDR10+ supported TV and want to stream the video in Dolby Vision standard, this is the streaming device you should purchase. It is a complete 4K solution, all within the compact stick form factor.

Amazon claims to invent an entirely new antenna technology, which is combined with 802.11ac Wi-Fi to optimize for the best possible 4K UHD streaming experience. Further, the all-new Alexa voice remote claims to offer better voice control experience. The new Fire TV Stick comes with a new and powerful quad-core processor that shall deliver high performance and fluid experience.

The new Fire TV Stick 4K will start shipping in India from November 14 and it can be pre-ordered on Amazon India’s website and app right now. Further note that Alexa would be available to existing Fire TV users via software update starting November 14. Would you be buying this new Fire TV Stick 4K? Let us know in the comments section below. 

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