Amazon Fire TV partners have announced that: The model that might outshine the technology giants own self-branded TV’s that launched only weeks ago. Toshiba brand is going to introduce the first Fire TVs to feature local dimming and backlight technology that produces improved contrast and black levels. These have compared to the direct LED methods that have been used by cheaper sets and Amazon’s new Fire TV Omni series. It is latest 4K flagship the M550KU Fire TV.
The company says that the new M-series contains up to 48 dimming zones. A screen of the TV comes in 55, 65 and 75-inch screen sizes. Suppose that 48 numbers apply to the bigger model. It is not completely going to compete with high-end Vizios or TCLs. These can pack more dimming zones into their backlighting systems and should produce a notable improvement to overall picture quality. It also includes features like Dolby Vision and did not build full-array local dimming into devices.
Local dimming allows the backlight to light on and dim at different areas of the display and is based on the content with dark scenes were appear the way and they should without everything looking gray. Fire TV from Toshiba has a 120 Hz native panel. The official price of the Fire TV starts from $799.99 of 55 inches, the 65 inches it costs $999.99, and for 75 inches it costs $1,199.99.
It is good to see the improvements that have been made and coming for the TV with Amazon Software built-in. More sets with local dimming and eventually perhaps even mini LED are released TCLs higher-end Roku Google TV sets finally start to get some contesting from the other side. There are more other things in TV than backlighting.