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Just bought 43UH7500 last week. Can it have an update to webOS 3.5?

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Just bought 43UH7500 last week. It comes with webOS 3.0

Can it have an update to webOS 3.5 like the model in 2017?

Customer loyalty will be enhanced if the manufacturer provides such after sales service. 

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