Today, Amazon announced it will be setting September 20th to announce new developments the company has been designing since last year.
Amazon’s Senior Vice President of Devices and Services, David Limp posted this save the date announcement:
“The Devices & Services team has already had a very busy year, and now that Amazon’s HQ2 is officially open, it only feels right to gather there in a few months to share a bit more of what we’ve been working on. Mark your calendar for 9/20 for some news from us!”
The new headquarters are located in Arlington, Virginia. Amazon has been pretty stealthy with this year’s round of releases. There have been no hints or leaks of what’s in store for its products, so everything is simply speculation at this point.
In a post reported by AFTVNews, last year Amazon revealed news throughout its line of Fire TVs, the 3rd generation Fire TV Cube, the Fire TV Pro Remote, the Fire TV Omni QLED Smart TV, and the Echo Show 15. The Kindle Scribe, Halo Rise, and the Eero PoE 6 router were also launched at the 2022 Devices and Services event.
You can check out the full Amazon announcements from last years event here.
Amazon’s announcement comes just shortly before Amazon Prime Day begins. From July 11th to July 12th, Prime Membership customers can receive special deals and perks on purchases.
Take a look at all the early bird deals available now before Prime Day perks take over. You may notice several items are expected to be brought up at the Device and Services event this September, so while a deal may sound tempting now an upgraded version could soon be just around the corner. Or not, only Amazon knows for sure right now.
If you’re not a Prime Member yet, there’s still plenty of time to sign up and get access to the July perks.