The Fire TV Stick 4K Max has several enhancements over its predecessor that, according to Amazon, add up to a 40% boost in performance evaluation.
The Fire TV Stick 4K Max has 2GB RAM third times the amount of RAM as the Fire TV Stick 4K.
Similarly, the new Fire TV Stick's CPU and GPU cores are 100 MHz quicker than the previous model.
The Fire TV Stick 4K Max, according to Amazon, features a MediaTek MT8696 SoC and a different GPU than the Fire TV Stick 4K.
The new SoC enables Wi-Fi 6 connection, allowing the Fire TV Stick 4K Max to stream 4K video at higher download speeds.
To make use of the streaming stick's higher download rates, you'll need a Wi-Fi 6 router.
Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, HDMI ARC, HDR, and HDR10+ are also supported with the Fire TV Stick 4K Max.
Aside from the improved speed, the user will see a smart screen UI that is nearly comparable to the previous version.
The Max, on the other hand, comes with a new remote that supports Alexa voice control.
Wi-Fi 6 offers faster speeds and better performance than Wi-Fi 5, particularly in congested networks, and Amazon's Fire TV Stick 4K Max is the first media streamer under £100 to support the standard.
Support up to 5.1 HDMI audio pass-through, Dolby Atmos, 7.1 surround sound, 2-channel stereo, and Dolby Atmos.
Dolby Atmos is available on selected Prime Video, Netflix, and Disney+ movies when connected to compatible equipment.