WebOS was sold first to HP, which tried it in tablets and even in their printers, but failed to get success. HP then launched a sale of webOS tablets, just only to get rid of the inventory in their warehouse. However, LG purchased webOS even though their was no success of its use in smartphones and tablets. But this time the South Korean tech giant, LG is planning to put in its smart TV. According to reports, LG will be launching its webOS smart TV at Consumer Electronic Show 2014, which is to be held next month and rumors claim that LG will be using its unique “cards” interface in the OS.
The cards interface are used for effective multitasking, and has seen inspiring multitasking interfaces in Android and iOS. The cards interface allows easy to change between open apps and content on the device. There is no much official information revealed yet about the webOS Tv, but rumors suggest that it will be powered by a 2.2GHz dual-core processor, along with 1.5GB of RAM. Also, there is no confirmation about its interface, but the company did mention that it would be a “game changer”. LG has confirmed that they would finally show off the webOS TV at CES 2014 which means in a few weeks. Stay tuned for more updates.
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