AMAZON is working on its own collection of TVs, according to new reports.
It's suggested that the tech giant could be bringing out the TVs in the US as early as October.
According to Business Insider, the TVs will be made by third-parties initially.
That wouldn't make them that much different to current Fire TV Edition devices from other companies.
However, the report also claims that Amazon is working on at least one TV that it will completely make on its own.
The company's Amazon Devices and Lab126 teams are said to be on the case.
It's thought the TVs will allow Amazon Alexa interaction.
A Fire TV interface would also be expected.
The report says the Amazon TVs will come in 55 to 75 inch sets.
Other technical specifications have not been revealed.
It's also not clear if the TVs would be launching in other countries any time soon.
We've reached out to Amazon for comment.
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