LG will be showing off a number of new smart TVs at CES next week, earlier the company revealed that they would launch a new range of curved OLED TVs, and now we have a photo of the new user interface for LG’s TVs, which is powered by webOS.
We heard last month that LG would launch their first webOS based TVs at CES, the company purchased webOS from HP just over a year ago.
The photo above was posted on Twitter by @evleaks, and it shows what the new webOS smart TVs interface will look like.
As you can see from the photo, these new webOS powered LG smart TVs will come with apps like Facebook, Twitter and Skype.
It will also feature a web browser and LG’s SmartShare feature, and we are expecting to find out more details about these new webOS TVs next week.
We previously heard that LG’s first webOS TV will come with a 2.2GHz processor and 1.5GB of RAM and it will come with a range of multi-tasking features.
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