DirectV now supports streaming video from your LGVI5 using a single adapter.
You can stream content from your cable or satellite provider or from a DLNA-capable computer.
The company said the LGV6 will be supported by a “full array of streaming solutions,” including Hulu, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, Apple’s AirPlay, Roku, and Xbox One.
You’ll need a new LGVI6 or a compatible adapter to stream content, and you’ll need to connect your LGTV to your router via USB cable or the company’s adapter to get it online.
DirectV said you’ll have to set up an account on your account before you can stream from your router.
You won’t be able to stream live TV or watch recorded content from other devices using the LGTV, but the company said that the LGVI7 will have an easier setup process and “more advanced features.”
The LGV7 also includes a number of new streaming apps, including Plex, YouTube TV, Hulu, and Vudoo.
We’ll keep you updated on any new apps and services available on the LG VI7.
LGV9 specs are expected to debut in the third quarter of 2018.