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LG/other brands with an in-house smart experience struggle to get app support in a timely manner or be as futureproof because they have to publish the apps internally through their own review/system process then sometimes they drastically change their OS from year to year leading to fragmentation as they move on to selling the next year's model & so on. That's why you have LG missing apps like HBO MAX or the newer Discovery+ app or missing certain features in other popular apps as well such as Hulu where older WebOS 3.0 LG tvs can't watch live tv/add-on services.Hi, as someone who has a 2020 LG Oled, I would be very wary of a manufacturer promising catch-up apps at a later date
This is meaningless nonsense. You buy a TV for content, not to play around with the tech. If Sony has not included major apps and catch-ups, I agree with the comment above that this should be no more than a 4*, maybe 3* TVSome people just don't get it, you buy the Sony TV because its the best there is, its like buying a M3 car, when you get it home you strip it down and rebuild it to go racing with the best components you can fit. With the Sony you get it home and set it up to give the best picture, then you watch it with your AV amp and 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos system to get the maximum effect.
Yes I remember when my dad brought home the first TV we ever had, it was a black and white picture and rather small, it also sounded like a two tin cans joined by string.This is meaningless nonsense. You buy a TV for content, not to play around with the tech. If Sony has not included major apps and catch-ups, I agree with the comment above that this should be no more than a 4*, maybe 3* TV