LG has confirmed the user interface for its WebOS-line of televisions at CES 2014, without revealing too many details.
The company posted a quick teaser on its South Korean blog on Sunday evening. It said webOS will be found on more than 70 per cent of its televisions by the end of 2014. Specific television sets carrying the software weren't detailed, but LG says the interface has simple switching, connection and easy navigation.
It's been previously rumoured that a WebOS TV will run a 2.2GHz dual-core processor with 1.5GB of RAM, although it's not clear what design, screen size or resolution the television will pack. The image released by LG on Sunday shows an app store, with apps including Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, Twitter, and MLB.tv.
While no specific timeline was given, LG says webOS televisions will be released in South Korea to start, with the US and Europe following. The tease came before LG's official press event on Monday at 8AM PST, where we'll get way more details.