A smart TV for people with little internet access?
I don’t think so.
The new £50 smart TV that the BBC is promoting as its answer to Netflix and Amazon Instant Video will come with an app, and you can download it from the App Store or Google Play.
The app lets you control the TV from your phone, and if you can’t find it on the TV, it will ask for it from your smartphone.
There are no other apps, and the BBC has made it clear that this is a device that only the BBC will be able to use, so this is all set to be a beta test, rather than a consumer product.
I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 and an LG G3.
It can’t run the BBC app, but I can get the BBC online from my phone.
If you need to use the app on your phone to access it, the app is pretty useless.
There’s a couple of different ways you can use the smart TV, and there are different ways of controlling it from different apps.
The BBC is promising a very slick interface, but it doesn’t make any sense at all, especially when you look at it from a smartphone’s point of view.
You can’t use it to control a TV or a projector or any other device.
I can see it as a smart phone, but for the BBC, it’s not going to be used for anything.
There are other, more elegant options.
If, for example, you have a Raspberry Pi or an Android phone running the BBC’s Android app, you can get it to run the app.
That’s pretty cool, because it lets you use the BBC on a TV set, so you can stream BBC TV shows from anywhere, and not just on the BBC site.
But I don.
I think that the best way to use this device is as a device for watching BBC programmes, not a device to control your TV.
The BBC is not alone in this.
Samsung, for instance, has made a TV that is very similar to the new smart TV.
You simply plug it into the wall and use the HDMI input on the phone to control the device.
It works, and is very, very similar.
It’s just that Samsung has also built the TV to be much more powerful than the BBC does.
You need a lot of RAM and a lot more storage space, so if you have the budget, you might want to consider a RaspberryPi instead.