Samsung showcases screens that are big, smart and will probably bankrupt you

Samsung showcases screens that are big, smart and will probably bankrupt you

Samsung showcases screens that are big, smart and will probably bankrupt you

The Wall is a self-emitting TV with micrometer (µm) scale LEDs, Samsung said.

This means, says the company that it can transform into any size, and delivers incredible brightness, colour gamut, colour volume and black levels. The screen is supremed with durability, effectiveness, luminous efficiency, and low power consumption that altogether set the bar higher for future screen technology. Made possible by Samsung's advancements in semiconductor processing techniques and LED technology, the pixel LED modules of The Wall's self-emitting technology are smaller than ever before, and each chip incorporates RGB color.

Attended by more than 300 global media and influencers, this year's First Look included remarks from Jonghee Han, Samsung's President of Visual Display, and Dave Das, Senior Vice President of Consumer Electronics at Samsung Electronics America. The Wall, as the 146-inch TV beast is called, uses a new type of tech called microLED that could take down OLED. Details on what that exactly that entails remain a bit fuzzy, with Samsung saying The Wall "exemplifies how consumers can customize their television sizes and shapes to suit their needs". The firm shared info about its AI-based 8K upscaling engine that makes the most of existing content on the likes of its 8k 85-inch 2018 QLED TV. The Wall is one of the new smart TVs from Samsung that will come with the company's Bixby digital assistant.

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But Samsung, as first reported by CNET, is betting on something else at CES 2018 for its new TVs: QLED displays - sort of. (Samsung) Samsung claims it offers the ultimate viewing experience. "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". But at least Samsung is bringing an 8K TV to the market rather than just have it as a something fancy to show off at CES. The advancements include easier sharing and connectivity, simpler controls for the television, and syncing with other devices.

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