LG has announced that its new Google-powered smart TVs, announced at CES in January, will launch in the US towards the end of May.
The company's executive vice president of TV, Ro Seog-ho, has told Reuters that they should be in stores by the week of May 21st.
The devices mark Google 's second stab at making its TV platform work. Though there are currently no details about sizes or prices, we do know that the TVs will be powered by ARM processors, come with a weird motion-controlled QWERTY remote, and offer up an Android-based OS.
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Whether they can save Google's TV dream, well, that's anyone's guess. [Reuters via The Verge]