Samsung Unveils "The Wall", the World's First Modular MicroLED 146-inch TV

"As the world's first consumer modular MicroLED television, "The Wall" represents another breakthrough". MicroLEDs are a lot smaller than regular LEDs, and they serve as their own source of light. As a result, The Wall's self-emitting technology removes the need for color filters altogether and is able to deliver up to 2000 nits of peak brightness, brighter white hues, darker black shades and the truest natural colors. "Also, 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", Samsung explains on its website.

"Screens should not be limited by size", said Jonghee Han, president of the company's visual display unit at the press presentation at CES.

We're excited about this next step along our roadmap to the future of screen technology.

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Additionally, viewers can customize sizes and shapes, and can even find pleasure in the adaptive abilities of the TV for other purposes like a wall-size display creation that suits multiple spaces.

Samsung also featured the world's first QLED TV featuring 8K AI technology, which will be launched internationally, starting with Korea and the USA during the second half of 2018. "Using a proprietary algorithm, the Q9S continuously learns from itself to intelligently upscale the resolution of the content it shows - no matter the source of that content - to gorgeous 8K". Today at CES 2018, Sammy took the wraps off its new TV it calls "The Wall".

With a name like "The Wall", you expect Samsung's new 146-inch home cinema display to be big and imposing. It packs an 8K resolution regardless of its size. That's just the beginning of what we can expect from Samsung smart TVs in 2018.

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LG US product marketing head Tim Alessi said the company would also introduce voice recognition to its televisions this year to let users control them by talking to the remote control.

The brand's new TV does not just deliver most impressive visuals, but also provides seamless overall experiences.

The 2018 smart TVs will also include the launch of Universal Guide - an advanced program guide that recommends TV programs and content based on a user's preferences. Below you can see a close up of a conventional LED display panel segment (left), compared to a MicroLED segment (right).

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