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On 5/23/2017 at 1:36 PM, irnote3 said:

I have a 65UF8500-UB and I'm still on webOS TV Version 2.2.1-2135 (beehive-biscayne) They seem to have abandoned the early adopters.  No webOS 3.0, No HDR even though I was told technically it could handle it. Whatever. Although I love my LG, I will never ever ever buy another model upon release. I will play the wait and see game. Then after 6-9 months, I'll buy one. This was the first and only TV I bought when it was pretty new. A few months after I purchased it, they announce the HDR models and make mention of webOS 3.0. So angry.


 

 

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My biggest mistake it's buying this stupid TV specially this webos crap if someone ask me for a recommendation I'll tell him to buy any regular tv then add to it these devices like Chromecast or tv box use your tv with Android system instead of web shit!

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