An image purportedly showing LG’s first webOS-based Smart TV has been published online by @evleaks, a source with a proven track record when it comes to leaking details or pictures about unannounced devices. The image seems to confirm an earlier report from The Wall Street Journal that claimed LG will unveil its webOS TV plans at CES 2014 in Las Vegas later this month.

Other than the leaked image above, hardware, software, launch or pricing details for LG’s webOS TV have not been revealed. The image suggests the TV will have a thin profile, small bezels and that it will include a variety of pre-installed apps. Shortcuts for YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Accu Weather, vTuner, Twitter, an Internet browser and LG’s SmartShare app are seen on an app strip running along the bottom side of the screen. The webOS TV is rumored to have a 2.2GHz dual-core processor and 1.5GB of RAM, with apps being based on the webOS Enyo framework.