Netflix is now the undisputed king in the video streaming service sector. Who are the major competitors to follow and try to beat but it? In April, Netflix started broadcasting their video material in 4K resolution, which from is quickly gaining popularity with every passing week. It turned out to be a brilliant move, and we didn’t have to wait that long for an answer. It belongs to Amazon, which is, for some time already, trying to stand out with its Prime Instant Video. The American giant has confirmed that it will soon offer its first materials in 4K resolution.
We knew for a long time that Amazon realizes that if he wants to stay in the market, it has to invest heavily into the Best 4K TV video material sector. Already at the beginning of the year, Americans have confirmed that all new Amazon Studio’s productions will be recorded in 2160p resolution. Now apparently the time has come to make the recorded material available and creating, made of mentioned videos, rich media library for their Prime Instant Video service.
It’s always good to see that the giants are constantly pushing new technologies in order to increase the enjoyment of our everyday lives. Not only we’ll able to feel like we’re there due to the incredible detail of 4K resolution, we will also be able to stream it directly onto our media devices through the Internet, be it our personal computer, media station that is hooked directly to the TV or a laptop. Maybe even gaming consoles would be able to do that, as they’ve got amazing web support (and even native Netflix client) nowadays. I’m certainly looking forward to making even bigger use of my Amazon Prime subscription and enjoying whatever movies they might have prepared for us in the 4K resolution.