Imagine you enter your home after a long day of work and the television welcomes you by displaying a nice family photo without you even going near the remote, creepy, right? But Amazon has included this feature in their Smart TV Line-up –Fire TV Omni Qled series (what to do?).
All the four televisions in this series come with built-in presence sensors that automatically detect as soon as someone enters the room and turn on the informative Ambient Experience while showcasing glanceable art work or family photos. The users can also pick the artwork of their choice from a vast gallery of over 1,500 images similar to Samsung’s The Frame.
There's also new widgets that are optimized for the TV that provide useful information such as your schedule, Calendars, Reminders and you can even leave Sticky Notes for other members of the family. Tech with an old school touch! There's also a 'What should I watch' widget that churns out recommendations for those who end up spending the evening trying to decide what to watch instead of watching something.
The Omni QLED Series comes with the new 4K Quantum Dot Technology (QLED) display with up to 96 full-array local dimming zones for better contrast and black levels with a first-in-segment Dolby Vision IQ inclusion, HDR10+ Adaptive, HLG and Adaptive Brightness support to ensure a cinematic experience.
There is a hands-free Alexa feature also so users can locate apps, find content, manage playback and control Ambient Experience with just voice commands.
The Fire TV Omni QLED Series will be available from a starting price of ₹65,000.