The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K uses the interface of the Fire TV Stick Lite, but is slightly more muscular with 1.5 GB of RAM. In addition, TV support is expanded with the latest standards:

  • 4K Ultra HD support
  • HDR support (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+)
  • Support for Dolby Atmos

The interface is a little more vivid, suffering from a little less latency in use, even if theApple TV 4K and other Nvidia Shield TV, or even Chromecast with Google TV offer a much better experience at this level.

The remote control also differs. It has more buttons, including volume control and the ability to turn off and on the TV and Fire TV Stick with a single press. Four buttons allow you to launch predefined apps (Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+ and Amazon Music). Too bad, it is not possible to redefine these apps.

For an in-depth analysis of the Fire TV Stick 4K’s interface and the different possibilities it offers, we refer you to our test of the Fire TV Stick Lite.

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