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On 6/5/2019 at 9:38 PM, Nguyen Tu said:

Yes, please!!!

Just bought a C9, love the picture quality, however, WebOS is still limited 

Just as a reminder... It's a TV. Not a PC. You probably already have a phone emulating one ūüôā

Better focus on getting the key features of the device right. And those are picture and sound. 

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