Samsung's The Wall TV is a modular 146-inch monster that uses MicroLED
Beyond its size, The Wall is a showcase for Samsung's newest display technology called MicoLED.
'It can be customised to any size and delivers incredible brightness, colour gamut, colour volume and black levels.
"The MicroLED screen excels in durability and effectiveness, including luminous efficiency, the light source lifetime and power consumption, setting the standard for future screen technology", the company said.
Samsung's senior vice president of consumer electronics at Samsung Electronics America, Dave Das, believes "Micro LED is groundbreaking" for the The Wall (and Samsung's future attempts to pin back OLED's stronghold on the luxury TV market), as it offers "outstanding brightness, contrast, and close-to- ideal viewing from any angle".
What that basically means is, if Samsung can ever commercialize "The Wall", customers will be able to customize the TV sets of the future to the size and shape best fitting their needs, preferences and spaces.
Samsung is eager to introduce the movie theatre experience right to our homes with its 146-inch 8K TV that comes with an AI chip as well to upscale current content to 8K resolutions. Samsung has already been given the CES 2018 Innovation Award, honouring outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products for its 2018 QLED TV lineup.
Despite the fact that the market is now flooded with an ever-increasing number of displays capable of realizing super-high resolution such as UHD and 8K, many viewers are not able to fully enjoy the experience due to the lack of available high resolution content.
At CES Samsung also showcased its first QLED TV featuring 8K AI technology, which is due to launch internationally in the second half of 2018, starting in Korea and the US. More details are expected to come at a global launch.
"2018 Samsung Smart TVs will also offer easier sharing and connectivity, thanks to SmartThings, Samsung's IoT platform hub". This offers another way to control the television and sync with other devices.
It could be the TV you need a bigger apartment to watch.
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