The TV is trying to follow the phone in the smart journey. While the phone evolves from basic voice calls, it has since integrated telegram features, alongside an MP3 player, a digital camera, FM radio, calculator, and many more feature. While the traditional TV has become a smartTV by combining a basic display with streaming capabilities.
However, getting a smartTV can be costly; and not just from the initial purchase cost angle alone. TV manufacturer do sell many smartTVs, and each year they are in a race to release a new flagship TV for that year. However, as the years go by, their attention shift from the aging TV sets to the new ones.
That means they will not focus on releasing software updates for the aging TVs. A couple of years down the road, you will find yourself with a TV set, though smart, is not compatible with some of the latest software released in the market. Let it go for half a decade or so, your now old TV set will not be compatible with some of the latest streaming software out in the market. Click here to read entire article