Vizio TVs will soon have 4K video from Amazon, and some new tweaks

Vizio inks deal with Amazon to bring over their 4K Prime video in the next update to its P-Series TVs.

| Dec 25, 2014 at 12:34 am CST

Vizio's P-Series of 4K TVs will soon receive some lovin' from Amazon, in the form of an Amazon app that will support 4K video from its subscription Prime video service.

Vizio TVs will soon have 4K video from Amazon, and some new tweaks | TweakTown.com

We can also expect other 4K-ready content thanks to UltraFlix and Toon Goggles, which will join Netflix on the 4K bandwagon for Vizio. An upgrade is coming to Vizio's P-Series of 4K TVs, and once this new firmware is released, it will fix up the bug that over sharpens the picture on still photos, Blu-ray and 4K video.

The new firmware will also improve the LED backlighting and motion processing, too. The new v1.1.13 update should arrive in the "coming days" according to Vizio.

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