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  1. Alex, you posted earlier that LG webos would have HBO GO available.  Please email me and describe to me the steps to make this happen.  Every other source I read confirms that it is not available on webos.  I hope you are right and can prove everyone else wrong.  Please help.  Thanks.

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      I may have posted when LG announced it but it turned out to not be the case. There are numerous topics on here about HBO, but to my knowledge it's not available. This site is not owned by LG so we have no info to share unfortunately.

  2. Thanks to @Peter Alexander and @SSM we have confirmation of webOS 4.0 compatibility within the release notes and information listed for their respective apps in the below topic. We've confirmed the iOS version changes: We've also confirmed Android: Both version updated were added this week. We are waiting for an official webOS 4.0 press release from LG and additional information on what models are supported.
  3. Topic moved to LGwebOS Smart TV Discussion forum
  4. hi  on my tv the reset to initial setting not active  smart tv webos 4.7

     

  5. STERLING, Va., January 4, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Mvix, a leading provider of content-rich digital signage software and solutions, announced the expansion of their device-agnostic platform to include support for LG SoC signage screens. "We couldn't be more excited to announce the release of Mvix for LG webOS," said A. Jay, the Mvix Senior Director of Business Relations."We're big on shifting focus to choice of CMS, support structure, and business model, and LG's SoC displays empower us to do just that." The device-agnostic platform, called Mvix Flex, also includes support for Chrome OS and Android. Mvix Flex gives customers the same Mvix experience on commercial LG SoC displays without the need for an external media player. Customers get the full Mvix experience, in addition to: live video playback, including HDCP encrypted content - any HDMI Input video that is encoded using HDCP, including live TV, will be supported and displayed on the screens remote volume control remote control of the signage screens - by default, screens are set to display content 24/7, but Mvix for LG webOS allows you to remotely turn the screens on and off. This is a feature that's available on Mvix signage players (see it here) that has been extended to webOS support for RTSP (rtsp://), popular in AV for live streaming These features, unique to Mvix for LG webOS, allow the company to deliver a powerful, reliable and secure platform for the signage market. Customers also get a simplified installation and a low total cost of ownership. Such a solution will: reduce maintenance costs minimize points of failure save physical space reduce energy consumption Mvix also released a second webOS solution called Mvix Xpress. Ideal for building directories and menu boards, this solution puts the content creation software SignageCreator on LG displays. The software includes 1000s of templates which can be edited, customized and published remotely. The simple content creation suite includes animations, slideshows, overlapping layers and scrolling text. "Just like with Mvix for Chrome OS, Mvix for LG webOS allows us to expand our ecosystem into international markets," added A. Jay. "LG SoC displays are readily available in Europe and Asia, eliminating the need for shipping and customs. Getting up and running is as easy as downloading the Mvix app and signing in with existing account credentials." Mvix is offering an introductory 90-day free trial of Mvix for LG webOS. To sign up, visit flex.mvixdigitalsignage.com/lg-digital-signage or contact Mvix at [email protected] About Mvix At Mvix, our love for technology drives who we are and what we do. For over a decade, we have been a leading provider of content-rich digital signage software and solutions that connect brands with people. To date, our platform powers over 50,000 active screens for clients including Virginia Tech, NASA, Sodexo, Discovery Channel, TravelCenters of America, and the University of Washington in a variety of applications that include employee communication, wayfinding, emergency messaging, and customer communications. Learn more about Mvix at www.mvixdigitalsignage.com, or give us a call at 703.382.1739.
  6. Samsung has made fridges with touchscreens before. LG has made fridges with doors that turn transparent to show you the inside. This year at CES 2018, those two ideas are finally merging into one with LG’s new InstaView ThinQ smart refrigerator, which features a 29-inch touchscreen that becomes transparent if users knock on it twice. LG actually tried this two years ago, with a version called the Smart InstaView Door-in-Door that ran a full version of Windows 10, but it’s not clear that the company ever shipped the Windows version. This version uses the touchscreen to manage your food using LG’s webOS software and Amazon’s Alexa, which will let you tag food with virtual stickers and expiration dates and get automatic reminders when things are running low or about to go bad. There’s also a wide-angle panoramic camera on the inside of the fridge that will let you remotely view your fridge while you’re out and about to check and see if you’re actually out of milk or not. Unfortunately, the only image that LG has shared showing the fridge is a low-resolution shot on its YouTube page banner, but it seems that you’ll be able to still use the screen while it’s translucent, allowing you to tag food directly in a vaguely augmented reality-esque move. LG is also touting how all of its ThinQ kitchen gadgets can talk to each other to make kitchen tasks easier. So your ThinQ fridge can talk to your EasyClean oven, which will help you cook food through step-by-step instructions from the recipe app from your fridge. Then, your EasyClean oven can notify your QuadWash dishwasher about the kind of meal you cooked, so it can more efficiently select a wash cycle for that dish. Of course, all this requires spending thousands of dollars replacing every appliance in your kitchen (and if this all works as well as LG claims it does), but it’s still an intriguing vision of a Jetsons-like future utopia. No price or release date for the InstaView ThinQ refrigerator or any of LG’s other new appliances have yet been announced. Source: https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/1/7/16860260/lg-instaview-thinq-smart-refrigerator-webos-alexa-home-ces-2018
  7. LG has unveiled a new model in its projector lineup ahead of CES 2018. The LG 4K UHD projector with model number HU80KA is the first such device by the company in the segment but is unlike most of its competitors. The South Korean company claims that the new projector is almost half the size of its 4K rivals in the market, and is able to project a 150-inch display apart from supporting HDR video. While most 4K projectors currently in the market are heavy and expensive, LG has pitched the 4K UHD projector as an "affordable yet premium device". In the new 4K UHD projector, LG claims the brightness reaches up to at 2,500 lumens that makes it the brightest projector from the company until now. Apart from the 4K resolution, LG provides HDR video support with HDR10. LG says the HU80KA projector will work well regardless of where and how you put it in the room. The projector's portability and upright design have been attributed to the mirrorless L-shaped engine which allows the projector to be positioned on the floor, mounted to the wall, or hung from the ceiling. The LG HU80KA projector can play media via a USB drive, that also enables users to connect an external keyboard and mouse. When it comes to sound, LG has placed two 7-watt speakers in the projector but it can be connected to external speakers or soundbars. Other audio output options include optical, HDMI, and Bluetooth. The LG 4K UHD projector runs webOS which means that most of the big streaming apps will be integrated out of the box. LG has not revealed the price and availability details regarding the HU80KA projector as of now. LG will put the whole 2018 projector series on display at the Consumer Electronics Show to be held in Las Vegas. LG will also showcase the latest version of its portable MiniBeam Projector (model PF50K), featuring webOS 3.5 and Full HD resolution. Source: https://gadgets.ndtv.com/tv/news/lg-4k-uhd-projector-hu80ka-launch-ces-2018-1796403
  8. SEOUL, Jan. 3, 2018 — At CES 2018, LG Electronics (LG) will raise the home entertainment experience to another level with the introduction of ThinQ® artificial intelligence (AI) and an advanced image processor in its newest OLED and SUPER UHD TVs. ThinQ allows the implementation of hundreds of voice requests utilizing the company’s own open smart platform as well as third-party AI services. With AI functionality embedded in their TVs, LG customers can speak directly into the remote control to enjoy all the convenient features of today’s advanced voice assistant technology. LG’s ThinQ TVs also function as smart home hubs, offering access to other smart home products such as robotic vacuum cleaners, air conditioners, air purifiers, smart lights, smart speakers and many other devices that can connect to the TV via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. And with LG’s newest α (Alpha) 9 processor powering the company’s market-leading OLED TVs, viewers will experience further improvements in what many already consider to be the best TV picture quality. LG Nano CellTM SUPER UHD TVs employ Full-Array Local Dimming (FALD) backlighting to provide deeper blacks and enhanced colors, as well as nuanced shadow details for life-like images. Transforming Modern Lifestyle Through Intelligence LG’s ThinQ offers an enhanced interactive experience in the company’s newest smart TV lineup, including OLED and SUPER UHD TV models by employing Natural Language Processing (NLP) to deliver intelligent voice-activated control and connectivity based on LG’s own deep learning technology, DeepThinQ. With a dramatically streamlined setup process, viewers can easily and quickly connect to gaming consoles and external soundbars. Users can search for information, images or videos featuring specific content by making a verbal request through the TV’s remote control such as “show me all the movies this actor has starred in” or “show me yoga videos”. LG TVs with ThinQ AI supports services based on Electronic Program Guide (EPG) to deliver information in real time or change to a channel that offers the content requested. Instruct the TV to “search for the soundtrack of this movie” or “turn off the TV when this program is over” without repeating the name of the program or entering a specific time. What’s more, customers in certain countries will be able to utilize the Google Assistant to control smart home devices such as lights or activate third-party services. Picture Quality Close to Perfection LG’s newest α (Alpha) 9 intelligent processor provides true-to-life images with incredibly rich colors, sharpness and depth for more realism. A core innovative element of the α (Alpha) 9 is the four-step process of noise reduction, which boasts twice as many steps compared to conventional techniques. This algorithm allows for greater finesse in noise reduction, improving the clarity of images affected by distracting artifacts and enabling more effective rendering of smooth gradations. The processor also improves color performance, thanks to the advanced mapping capabilities make colors look closer than ever to the original content. The improved color correction algorithm allows for more natural colors by expanding the reference color coordinates seven-fold compared to before. α (Alpha) 9 is designed to support high frame rate (HFR) for producing smoother and clearer motion images at 120 frames per second for better rendering of fast-action content such as sports and action movies. As a result of the new image processor, 2018 LG OLED TVs can display any content at maximum quality for a truly spectacular viewing experience. Maximizing Nano Cell with FALD Backlight and α (Alpha) 7 In 2017, LG made a significant achievement toward its highly ambitious vision for producing the ultimate LCD TV picture through its Nano Cell SUPER UHD TVs. By combining Nano Cell, FALD backlighting and the α (Alpha) 7 processor, LG’s 2018 SUPER UHD TV offers a host of technological advantages including deeper blacks, enhanced image rendering, improved shadow details and accurate color from wide viewing angles. This year’s SUPER UHD TV with FALD allows for denser backlighting zones throughout the display, contrary to edge-lighting where backlights are positioned on the edges behind the TV panel. LG’s technology improves black levels and picture dimensions by independent control of LED light zones, improving shadow details and reducing light bleeding resulting in enhanced contrast and superb picture quality. Best Possible 4K Cinema HDR Experience 2018 OLED and SUPER UHD TVs from LG feature 4K Cinema HDR, which introduces a truly cinematic experience to the home, regardless of the format. LG’s 2018 OLED and SUPER UHD TVs add support for Advanced HDR by Technicolor, building on a legacy of supporting most major HDR formats, from the superior viewing experience of Dolby VisionTM to HDR10 and HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma). LG’s 2018 OLED and SUPER UHD TVs process HDR images dynamically frame by frame using LG’s proprietary algorithm, Enhanced Dynamic Tone mapping. Both 2018 OLED TVs and SUPER UHD TVs come with Dolby Atmos object-based surround sound for the best audio-visual experience possible. “LG is continually seeking to innovate in home entertainment and LG ThinQ along with the α (Alpha) 9 processor will deliver a TV viewing experience that is unrivaled in the industry,” said Brian Kwon, president of LG’s Home Entertainment Company. “At LG, our interest is in improving user lifestyles and convenience, which our 2018 TVs amply deliver.” Visitors to CES can experience LG’s TVs of the future for themselves at booth #11100 in Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
  9. Source: http://www.techradar.com/news/lg-tv-catalog-2018-heres-every-lg-tv-coming-in-2018 2018 is kicking off to a great start - well, at least for TV lovers it is: LG has announced its entire line-up of TVs for the new year well ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018) that will start on Monday, January 8. Like last year, the 2018 line-up of LG TVs consists of OLED TVs at the high end, Super UHD TVs - which have a lot of the same components as the OLED TVs, but lack the main OLED panel - in the middle, and then traditional 4K TVs and finally FHD screens at the bottom. While CES will still be the place to catch all of the TVs in action, we thought it might be beneficial for most folks to see the entire line-up on paper, from the high-end OLEDs to the entry-level FHD TVs in one long piece. It’s worth noting that a lot of the specs listed below could potentially change as we get closer to the retail release of these screens (March, April and May of this year), but for the most part the specs you see here should be the components that make it in the final product. LG 2018 TV technology All this information listed below comes directly from LG - the South Korean manufacturer offered a first look at future-facing technologies for some journalists attending CES 2018. While LG kept its CES pre-briefing … well, brief, we were able to get some decent insight on what the next-generation technology of LG TVs will look like. The biggest change for the high-end screens (the OLED line-up) is the switch from the M16+ processor to something LG is calling the “Alpha 9” processor. The Alpha 9 silicon upgrade promises a 35% boost in CPU and GPU speeds which equates to smoother motion handling, object-based contrast and a technology called True Color Accuracy Pro. True Color Accuracy Pro replaces last year’s True Color Accuracy technology that, according to LG’s internal tests, provides 7.3 times the amount of data points for color. Now, because LG still plans on using 10-bit panels, there might not be a massive difference between the resulting images … but we’ll need to see them for ourselves before we can make a judgment call on how much an increase to Look Up Table (LUT) size impacts overall picture quality. Interestingly, LG is also touting High Frame Rate (HFR, 120/4K) through broadcasts and streaming as well. An LG representative said the TVs won’t come equipped with HDMI 2.1 ports (the spec wasn’t finalized in time) but the TV should be able to do 120/4K via streaming websites like Netflix, YouTube, BBC, FOX Sports and Amazon and broadcasts … when broadcasters start putting out 4K HFR signal. The other new addition to LG TVs in 2018 will be Google Assistant, which will now be integrated into webOS. Google Assistant on webOS will be capable of switching inputs via your voice, as well as change the channel and answer basic inquiries. LG OLED 2018 Models LG OLED W8 (available in 77- and 65-inch sizes): At the head of the proverbial table sits the LG OLED W8 - an incremental upgrade on 2017’s Signature Series W7 OLED. According to LG, it will feature a similar “picture-on-wall” design that the W7 had last year, in addition to a new “Alpha 9” processor, 4K Cinema HDR and High Frame Rate (HFR). Also, expect a 60-watt 4.2 Dolby Atmos soundbar and Google Assistant integration in webOS. LG OLED E8 (available in 65- and 55-inch sizes): While LG did mention that G-series of OLED TVs would make an appearance at CES, it wasn’t part of our briefing. Instead, we got the details on the successor to the E7. According to the specs, the E8 will be almost identical to the W7, but will instead have a traditional chassis in lieu of the picture frame-esque visage of the W8. LG OLED C8 (available in 77-, 65- and 55-inch sizes): The LG OLED C7 was one of our favorite TVs of 2017 as it nearly perfectly balanced performance and price. The 2018 C8 OLED will have much of what made the C7 so great but, like the W8/E8, include the new next-gen processor. There will also be the 2.2 soundbar attached like last year. LG OLED B8 (available in 65- and 55-inch sizes): The biggest disappointment of LG’s 2018 line-up, in our early opinion at least, is the new B8. Instead of getting the new Alpha 9 processor like its peers, the B8 is getting something that LG referred to as its 'Next-Gen 2' processor. The difference isn’t entirely clear, but according to the information given to us, it could mean that pictures won’t look as sharp or as vibrant as they will on the C8, E8 and W8 TVs. That being said, it will come with a 2.2 soundbar and webOS with Google Assistant LG Super UHD 2018 Models SK9500 (available in 65- and 55-inch sizes): The top Super UHD TV of 2018 will be the SK9500. This series of flagship Super UHD screens will use Nano Cell display technology with full array local dimming - which should offer significant increases to black levels - and will be powered by the Next-Gen 2 processor. The TV will support Dolby Atmos - but it won’t ship with a Dolby Atmos soundbar like the W8 or E8 OLED. SK8500 (available in 65- and 55-inch sizes): One step under the SK9500 is the SK8500. It too has full array local dimming, the Next-Gen 2 processor and Dolby Atmos on-board, but it will offer slightly less lighting control than the SK9500. SK8000 (available in 75-, 65- and 55-inch sizes): The SK8000 is the poor man’s SK9500. It’s still offering the Next-Gen 2 processor and Dolby Atmos, but the panel drops full array local dimming for simple local dimming. Fewer zones means even less lighting control. LG UHD 2018 Models UK7700 (available in 65-, 55- and 49-inch sizes): The best UHD TV from LG this year is the UK7700. While it doesn’t have the OLED or FALD panel that the series above it has, it’s not all bad news for the UK7700 and its ilk. The good news is that these screens offer 4K with Active HDR and Ultra Surround sound. They only use the Next-Gen 3 processor, though, and that could spell trouble for motion, clarity and vibrancy. UK6500/70 (available in 86-, 70- and 70-, plus 65-, 55-, 50- and 43-inch sizes):The most common LG TV of 2018 is going to be the LG UK6500/70. It’s available in the most screen sizes from a monstrous 86-inch to a still-appeasing 43-inch, and it comes with middling, but-still-decent technology. Namely, that technology will include webOS with Google Assistant, 4K Active HDR, a 4K IPS panel and, again, the Next-Gen 3 processor. UK6300 (available in 65-, 55-, 50-, 49- and 43-inch sizes): The last 4K TV in LG’s 2018 line-up is the UK6300. On paper, it’s close to the UK6500 in nearly every way, but it will have a slight variation with its 4K IPS panel. That said, we expect it to be dirt cheap. LG FHD 2018 Models LK5400 (available in 49-, 43- and 32H sizes): It might not be 4K, but the LK5400 is the last TV in LG’s 2018 catalog to offer HDR - which can make a surprising difference in FHD TVs. The LK5400 doesn’t offer any of the Next-Gen processors, and instead opts for a generic quad-core processor and LG’s Virtual Surround Plus instead of Atmos. LJ5100 (available only in 49-inches): The medium-sized LG5100 only offers a dual-core processor, really. There’s no HDR, no smart TV functionality and drops Virtual Surround Plus for Clear Voice, LG’s lowest-end audio technology. LJ5000 (available in 43- and 32-inches): Last but not least is the LJ5000. It’s more or less the LJ5100 but in a smaller size. That’s it! The entire LG TV line-up for 2018. We’ll grab as many hands on experiences as we can with LG’s line-up at CES 2018 when it kicks off next week, but this should give you some ideas for which screens might be underneath your tree this time next year.
  10. From Digital Trends: https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/lg-2018-tv-lineup-8k-oled-4k-oled-led-tv/ With its monstrous 88-inch 8K OLED still sweeping headlines, LG has formally announced its full TV line for the new year, just a few days ahead of CES 2018. The lineup will see the return of the “Wallpaper” OLED, which garnered significant attention and critical acclaim last year, along with three other OLED models and a full suite of LG Super UHD LED televisions. The common thread throughout most of LG’s 2018 TV line are significantly faster processors for better picture quality and overall performance and the addition of Google Assistant to the company’s smart TV platform, webOS. Though processing may not be the most exciting discussion point for new TVs, it’s certainly one of the most important aspects pertaining to picture quality. Picture processing is what separates the good from the great and, sometimes, the decent from the deplorable. LG’s new a9 intelligent processor will mean better color rendering and super fast smart TV operation for LG W8, E8, and C8 OLED TV owners, and a slightly scaled-down version will run the B8 OLED and LG’s Super UHD TV line. Also along the smart TV vein is the addition of Google Assistant, which will take over for any voice inquiries that webOS can’t handle. In 2018 you will be able to use normal language to tell your TV to turn itself off when the show you are watching is over, or change the channel to a specific network, but with the addition of Google Assistant, you could also order a pizza, call an Uber, view Google Photos, and check traffic through Google maps. The new TVs will also be addressable through other Google Assistant products like the Home and Home Mini speakers. LG says that its TVs will also be compatible with Amazon’s Alexa. While LG’s 4K OLED lineup will look similar to last year’s models, the company’s Super UHD LED TV line is seeing some improvements which should have significant positive impact on picture quality. Most notably, LG is moving to use full-array local dimming backlights in the top two series and is touting an improved “nano cell” IPS display technology which not only reduces glare and reflections, but considerably improves off-angle color performance. As for HDR, LG will continue its pledge to support most (but not all) HDR formats, with Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG, and Advanced HDR by Technicolor all available in OLED and Super UHD TVs. HDR10+ is not supported this year and it isn’t clear if LG ever will support it. Finally, 2018 sees the addition of high frame rate (HFR) enabling native playback of content at 120 frames per second (fps). Currently, there’s not much in the way of 120 fps 4K video, but some Hollywood types see it as a natural progression away from the 24 fps we’re used to seeing in film, and LG appears to be getting on board with the idea early. It’s important to note, however, that none of LG’s 2018 TVs support HDMI 2.1, so 120 fps for game consoles won’t be possible with any of these models — 120 fps content will only be available via streaming. Here’s how LG’s OLED TV line looks broken down by series, features, and screen sizes: Series/Model number W8 “Wallpaper” E8 C8 B8 Panel OLED OLED OLED OLED HDR/HFR 4K Cinema HDR + 4K HFR 4K Cinema HDR + 4K HFR 4K Cinema HDR + 4K HFR 4K Cinema HDR or 4K HFR Sound Dolby Atmos 60-watt 4.2 channel Dolby Atmos 60-watt 4.2 channel Dolby Atmos 40-watt 2.2 channel Dolby Atmos 40-watt 2.2 channel Design Picture-on-Wall Picture-on-Glass Blade Slim Blade Slim Smart webOS with Google Assistant webOS with Google Assistant webOS with Google Assistant webOS with Google Assistant Sizes 65- and 77-inch 55- and 65-inch 55-, 65-, and 77-inch 55- and 65-inch Along the same lines, here’s what LG’s premium Super UHD LED TV line will look like in 2018: Series/Model number SK9500 SK8500 SK8000 Panel Nano Cell Display Nano Cell Display Nano Cell Display Dimming Full Array Dimming Pro Full Array Dimming Local Dimming HDR/HFR 4K Cinema HDR or 4K HFR 4K Cinema HDR or 4K HFR 4K Cinema HDR or 4K HFR Sound Dolby Atmos processing Dolby Atmos processing Dolby Atmos processing Smart webOS with Google Assistant webOS with Google Assistant webOS with Google Assistant Sizes 55- and 65-inch 55- and 65-inch 55-, 65-, and 75-inch Finally, here’s the balance of LG 4K TV offerings: Series/Model Number UK7700 UK6500/70 UK6300 Panel 4K IPS with Nano Cell 4K IPS 4K IPS Dimming Local dimming Local Dimming on 55-,65-,70-inch Local dimming on 55- and 65-inch HDR 4K Active HDR 4K Active HDR 4K Active HDR Sound Ultra Surround Ultra Surround Ultra Surround Smart webOS with Google Assistant webOS with Google Assistan webOS with Google Assistan Big Screen Sizes N/A 70-,75-,and 86-inch N/A Sizes 49-,55-, and 65-inch 43-,50-,55-, and 65-inch 43-,49-,50-,55-, 65-inch That’s it for our LG 2018 TV overview. Be sure to bookmark this article and check back next week when we’ll be updating this post with live, hands-on video of all the new models, including that 88-inch 8K OLED TV.
  11. From the Verge: https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/1/2/16842496/lg-2018-oled-super-uhd-tvs-google-assistant LG is getting ready to announce its lineup of new OLED TVs at CES this year (including a monstrous 88-inch 8K panel), and as a tide-me-over, the company has announced that its new TVs this year are getting Google Assistant. In the past, LG has shipped its TVs with a webOS-based operating system that included the company’s own voice assistant, but the company is taking things a step further by including Google Assistant on its OLED and “Super UHD” LCD displays under its “ThinQ” artificial intelligence branding (shared by LG’s recently announced Google-powered smart speaker). TWO DIGITAL ASSISTANTS ARE BETTER THAN ONE, RIGHT? LG’s integrated assistant strategy seems to be two-fold. You’ll be able to use the ThinQ AI for more contextual, TV-specific tasks, like asking to “search for the soundtrack of this movie” or “turn off the TV when this program is over.” But users in some countries (LG hasn’t yet specified which ones) will also have access to Google Assistant on top of that for controlling smart home devices or accessing anything else Google Assistant can do. LG also says that its ThinQ AI TVs will be able to serve as a central smart home hub, too. The TVs will likely still run webOS underneath these new ThinQ features. Alongside its updated ThinQ AI initiatives, LG is also introducing a new image processor on its upcoming TVs, the Alpha 9, which the company claims will allow for improved noise reduction and better color performance, and offer support for 120 fps high frame rate (HFR) content.
  12. We don't know until LG comes out with more information, which will probably be next week at CES.
  13. Can I upgrade my TV LG 43UJ670V  from  webOS 3.0 to webOS 4.0 ?LG 

  14. Can I upgrade my TV  from  webOS 3.0 to webOS 4.0 ?

  15. Article out on the verge as well: https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/1/16838094/lg-88-inch-8k-oled-tv-announce-ces-2018