Amazon has just dropped the prices of its own line of Fire TV Smart TVs to new all-time lows. Ever since their arrival late last year, Amazon’s own Omni Series and 4-Series line of Fire TV Smart TVs have been available for less than list price more often than not, but today’s drop is significantly lower than they have ever been in the past, especially for the larger sizes. The largest 75″ Omni Series, which has a list price of $1,099.99, has been as low as $899.99 in the past, but is now available for $749.99. The 65″ Omni Series, which has a list price of $829.99, is discounted the most. It has been as low as $599.99 in the past, but has now dropped another $100 to $499.99. Here is a breakdown of all the TVs, what their previous low prices were, and where they’ve dropped down to today.
As a quick reminder, the primary difference between the Omni Series and the 4-Series TVs is that both come with Alexa Voice Remotes, but the Omni Series TVs also have built-in microphones (which can be disabled via a physical switch) for hands-free use, just like a Fire TV Cube. The only other difference to note is that they all support HDR10 and HLG high dynamic range formats, but only the 65″ Omni Series and 75″ Omni Series models also support Dolby Vision.
All of these TVs are powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz CPU with 2GB of RAM. They all have 16GB of internal storage, 802.11ac WiFi 5, Ethernet, 4 HDMI ports (1 eARC), USB 2.0, built-in OTA tuners, optical audio out, and headphone jacks. They all run Fire OS 7 and it has been shown that these TVs are almost certainly being manufactured by TCL for Amazon.