Business Insider The new Samsung Smart TVs and Smart TVs 4G are a big step forward for security, but the Samsung Smart TV 4G is a bit of a letdown, if you ask us.
The new TV can’t handle some major apps like Google Chrome, Firefox, and Adobe Flash Player, which is a serious downgrade from the prior model.
For example, the TV doesn’t support Google Maps, but it’s able to recognize the apps you’re trying to download.
It’s not bad for a $500 smart TV, but not exactly stellar for a smart TV with a $3,500 price tag.
Read on to learn about the Samsung TV 4D, which Samsung promises will make life easier when it comes to installing and managing your Samsung SmartTV.