Live streaming devices have been the standard since the beginning of the streaming world.
Now, with the release of the Samsung Ultra HD 5K, the standard is back.
The company also unveiled the LG Ultra HD 4K TV, which is also based on the Samsung chip.
But what about the other streaming devices out there?
As we’ve covered in the past, we don’t know the specs of the LG, Samsung, or Roku streaming devices and if they offer similar capabilities.
But today, we have a new look at the LG TV’s specs.
The LG Ultra-HD 5K TV The LG Ultra TV is the first LG device to support 4K video streaming from Google’s Chromecast.
The device supports the new HDR standard, Dolby Vision HDR, and the HDR10 standard for higher-quality video.
In addition, the LG 4K HDR+ model will also support Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio audio and surround sound.LG’s Ultra HD TV supports the following streaming apps: Google Play Movies and TV, Google Play Music, YouTube, Amazon Video, Netflix, and Hulu Plus.
Google Play TV also supports the Google Chromecast app for video playback, while the Amazon FireTV Stick supports Chromecast for content playback.
The LG TV supports Dolby Home Theater, Dolasound 3.0 and Chromecast Remote for remote control.
Google has also been working on a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, which will reportedly launch in October.
However, Google is reportedly not releasing any specs for the device, which we think will be the LG Blu-Ray Player.
The Samsung Ultra-hd TV offers an HDMI port that allows it to play Blu-rays and DVD movies.
We expect the device to come in at least two different colors, a matte black with white accents, and a deep black with black accents.
The HDMI port supports 4K resolution, which can be viewed on a TV that is 1080p or 4K.
This new Ultra HD player will likely support the HDR standard and Dolby Digital Plus.
The Roku 4 and the Amazon Prime 4K streaming devices will also work with the LG’s Ultra-hD TV.
These devices support 4k resolution, HDR10, and Dolasounds.
Roku’s 4K 4K Roku TV will reportedly support Dolasand Dolas.
The Amazon Fire TVs 4K Amazon Fire HD 4k Amazon Fire 4k and 4K Fire TV will also reportedly support HDR10.
The HTC UHD TV also offers a 4k 4K Blu-reel player.
This 4K player supports Dolas and Dolts, and it will also have Dolby Audio.
The UHD TVs 4k UHD and 4k Blu-rides are both rumored to support HDR and Dolates, though we don