LG WebOS SmartTV To Break Cover At CES 2014

Posted: Dec 19 2013, 11:33am CST | by , in News | CES


Most details of the LG webOS TV are unknown

LG is tipped to be rolling out a new smart TV running webOS at CES 2014. This same rumor surfaced earlier this year, and failed to materialize. TechRadar reports that a source from within LG has said that the webOS smart TV will use a 2.2GHz dual-core processor and have 1.5GB of RAM.

A lot of the details on the TV are unknown. We don’t know what the resolution will be. It will undoubtedly be at least 1080p, but whether or not it will be a 4K set is unknown. We also don’t know how large the set will be.

Every other use of the webOS operating system has failed. I don’t see webOS bringing anything to the smart TV realm that we don’t already have. LG purchased webOS when HP sold it off early this year. LG said before that it was giving the OS a big makeover with some sort of "game changer" feature. What exactly that means will presumably be unveiled next month at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

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