LG has announced that it will update its older range of smart TVs with their new webOS 2.0 software update, the update will be available for all devices running webOS 1.0.
LG has said that the software update will bring improved speed and a range of new features to webOS TVs.
“LG is dedicated to providing the best user experience for the life of our smart TVs,” said Lee In-kyu, senior vice president and head of the TV and Monitor Division at LG’s Home Entertainment Company. “A free upgrade of this scale is unprecedented in the smart TV industry and we’re proud to be setting a new standard for smart TV ownership.”
The upgrade for webOS 1.0 will begin rolling out starting September 21. Owners of webOS 1.0 TVs who have the automatic update option enabled will receive the upgrade automatically. If automatic update is not enabled, users will receive a pop-up message on their screen to guide them through the easy upgrade process, step by step.
The webOS 2.0 software update will be released for the older LG Smart TVs as a Value Pack upgrade, the new software will be shown off at IFA this week from the 4th to 9th of September.
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