LG webOS TV interface leaks ahead of CES

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LG has been rumoured to be planning a webOS resurrection for a TV, and now a leaked image appears to offer the first look at the upcoming television. Evleaks has posted a photo of the rumoured LG webOS TV, and the image includes a brief look at the webOS Cards interface. While it’s not identical to the Cards interface found in webOS smartphones, it does appear to include a thumbnail overview of any apps and content running on the TV.

Apps like YouTube, Facebook, Skype, and Twitter are all listed in the photo, alongside LG’s SmartShare service and what appears to be a web browser. The webOS-powered TV is expected to be announced next week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Rumours suggest it will run on a 2.2Ghz dual-core processor with 1.5GB of RAM, and include apps based on the webOS Enyo framework.

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