The display’s microLED technology transfers micrometer-sized LEDs into modules that resemble wall tiles contained in one uniform canvas. A pure black base with ultra-low light reflection produces striking contrast and detail.
It’s called «The Wall» and it looks incredible.
Samsung is pushing the scale and clarity of high-definition television to new heights with a striking modular TV that’s simply dubbed «The Wall.»
Samsung claims that it’s capable of producing HDR10+ images with «two times superior color purity and a wider color gamut» of competing LED TVs.
As Hi Consumption notes, The Wall’s completely modular design allows buyers to build a screen as big as they want, whether it’s the centerpiece of a corporate lobby or the biggest home theater in the neighborhood. A 146-inch example over 10 feet wide and nearly 6 feet tall was showcased at CES 2018 in January.
The next-gen TV is currently available for preorder in very limited quantities. You’ll have to contact Samsung for pricing info, but be warned: it’s going to cost a lot.
Still, it’s sure to be one helluva statement piece for any living room home theater set-up.