I've been searching for the answer for a while but couldn't find exact match for what I'm looking for.
Does Amazon Alexa have a specific, minimum technical (device performance) requirement for a new Alexa powered devices?
And 2nd, does Amazon do the certification by itself, or any other 3rd party (such as acoustic-professional entities) takes the role?
Let me explain my issue first,
I'm working on a new project for my company, which is about developing a smart speaker and a smart display that will be powered by Amazon Alexa.
Only information I found about its Functional Requirements is, that the new device should go through the self-checklist first, then submit it to Amazon for music certification afterward.
About this procedure, does Amazon have a minimum requirement for the device's specification (performance)?
For example, output power of speakers, input SNR level or microphones, or processing power of AP etc..
My team's project is at the very beginning intination stage yet, but we're having a bit of trouble to define our target product's scope, especially in terms of device performance.
If I can find a written guideline about it, that will be a great help for the project.