According to reports, LG will be unveiling their webOS-based smart television come CES 2014. One of the unique aspects of the upcoming device would be its cards interface and thanks to a recently leaked photo from the ever-reliable @evleaks, we now know what we might able to expect from LG next week. Pictured above appears to be the upcoming smart TV from LG running the webOS operating system, and true to the rumors, it looks like the cards interface is present and does give off a rather unique and interesting vibe. Considering that smart TVs these days share a somewhat similar interface to smartphones, which we guess is understandable given the experience that most of us have navigating smartphone, this new UI is a big departure in terms of design.
The leaked interface also shows off apps from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Skype, assuming of course these apps will be available and weren’t simply throw in there as mockups. As to how well this interface will perform versus the more traditional look remains to be seen, and it will be interesting to see if LG’s take on the new UI is more function than form. Either way we expect we will learn more come CES 2014, so if you’re interested in seeing what LG’s upcoming smart TV and its new user interface has to offer, check back with us then for the details.