Bata Tbh Amazon Fire 4K Max
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Stick Tb Amazon Fire 4K
It’s easy to want to see how the Fire TV Stick 4K Max vs Fire TV Stick 4K go up against each other as they wake it up for the title of Best Fire TV Stick. But are there enough improvements with Amazon 's latest model to get an update? Or should you stick with the real 4K TV Stick?
Source: Android Central
On the face of it, there doesn't seem to be much difference between the new Fire TV Stick 4K Max vs Fire TV Stick 4K. Both offer the same brilliant design that just plugs into an HDMI port on the back of your TV. Amazon includes Alexa Voice Remote in the box for both models. However, this is where we begin to see some of the differences.
In terms of performance, Amazon installed a slightly more powerful processor, with clock speeds of up to 1.8GHz compared to the 1.7GHz found on the standard 4K model. To go along with the processor bundle, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max also comes with an additional 0.5GB of RAM, bringing the total up to 2GB. This is just a little more than the 1.5GB of RAM included with the 4K TV Stick.
|Bata Tbh Amazon Fire 4K Max||Stick Tb Amazon Fire 4K|
|Meudan||99 x 30 x 14mm||99 x 30 x 14mm|
|Processor||MediaTek MT8696||MediaTek MT8695|
|RAM||2 GB||1.5 GB|
|Storage||8 GB||8 GB|
|Image Quality||Up to 4K UHD (3840x2160)||Up to 4K UHD (3840x2160)|
|HDR||HDR10 / HDR10 + / HLG||HDR10 / HDR10 + / HLG|
|remote||3rd generation Alexa Voice Remote||2nd generation Alexa Voice Remote|
|Picture-in-picture live scene||Yes||No|
Going back to the fringe for a minute, with the Fire TV Stick 4K Max, Amazon has introduced an all-new Alexa Voice Remote. This option includes shortcut buttons for Prime Video, Netflix, Disney +, and Hulu, along with a Blue Alexa button at the top and a Live TV button. At the same time, the standard 4K Fire TV Stick uses the 2nd generation Alexa Voice Remote, which does not have the extra shortcut buttons but still has quick access to Alexa.
As for that live TV button, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max reaches its full potential when used with one of the best security cameras similar to Alexa. Live View Picture-in-Picture lets you see who's at the door without interrupting your favorite movie or show. Amazon has also confirmed that they plan to introduce the ability to connect the best Alexa speakers to the Fire TV 4K Max for a truly immersive Amazon Alexa experience.
We'm not sure what the limitations might be for Amazon not bringing some of these features to the Fire TV 4K. But as of right now, these features will not arrive for the last generation Fire TV Stick. It's a shame too, as these are some great extra features, while using a smart home security camera.
Source: Android Central
The biggest thing the Fire TV Stick 4K has to offer is its price. Outside of the holiday season, Amazon's last - generation streaming stick is much cheaper than its counterpart Max. But considering how aggressive Amazon is at lowering the price for its various devices, it's a tough call. However, if you do not have Alexa - like security cameras and do not expect to receive any, the Fire TV Stick 4K will handle everything you need.
But if you want the best Fire TV Stick and one of the best streaming devices of the year, the obvious choice is the Fire TV Stick 4K Max. It offers faster performance, more RAM, more features, and the 3rd generation Alexa Voice Remote. Not to mention the upcoming ability to wirelessly fix your Echo speakers to the streaming stick for a better audio experience.
The most powerful Fire TV stick
Amazon’s latest Fire TV Stick is also the company’s most impressive offering to date. With 4K UHD streaming, Live View Picture-in-Picture, and the Alexa Voice Remote update, this is the complete package.
Great if you don't have security cameras
If you haven't jumped into the world of smart home security cameras and have no plans, the Fire TV Stick 4K is still a great choice. It offers many of the same features as the Max at a tastier price.
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