But Amazon seems to have even bigger plans for its video service. Apart from releasing an Android version, the commerce giant is reportedly going to endow Prime Instant Video with 4K content. Yet again, there is no information when that will happen, but it seems that Amazon's movie & TV division, Amazon Studios, has been shooting 4K content throughout 2014.
As the displays of mobile devices receive incremental bumps in the resolution department relatively often, it is normal that Amazon is about to target audiences that sport a non-Kindle or non-Apple tablets with its video service. After all, Quad HD-enabled displays already grace some devices, most notably the LG G3 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Tab S 10.5 – with these adoption rates, 4K-enabled displays might come even sooner than you think.
source: PC Advisor via Reddit