Leaked image teases LG’s first webOS-powered TV

Leaked image teases LG’s first webOS-powered TV

Sources told the Wall Street Journal last week that LG’s first webOS-powered TV will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this month, and we’ve got a first look at what the company take on the interface may look like, courtesy of a leak via the ever-prolific @Evleaks.

The image appears to substantiate claims made to the Journal that LG will retain the ‘cards’ system resembling a stacked pop-up screen from the original incarnation of webOS — which LG acquired from HP in February 2013. The navigation will include apps for Twitter, YouTube, Skype, Facebook and other services, according to the image.

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Along with the leaked Fitbit-like Lifeband Touch, it seems LG has plenty in store for CES. We’ll find out more when the event starts next week.

Image via Scobleizer / Flickr

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