"OLED is clearly a next-generation technology leader and for this reason, LG Display is accelerating its research and development into OLED so that we can provide differentiated products to customers and markets".
Ranking in at a world's first 88 inches television. This makes Samsung's Smart TV series the first in the industry to receive such certification for three consecutive years.
We covered this subject recently in a post on the future of QLED technology (essentially another name for the micro LED tech of "The Wall" TV) and discussed how it might advance enough to replace OLED or conventional LCD displays to become the dominant type of display for most near-future TVs. Think of these very high-resolution TVs as a preview of what we might get in five or 10 years. The technology actually uses many different LED modules stacked together, but it's borderless so you don't see seams between the different modules.
LG announced upgrades to its current line up of OLED and Nano Cell TVs.
MicroLED is a self-emitting technology. This allows the MicroLEDs to do away with image quality-sapping colour and polarisation filters as well as backlights, which allows them to rival OLEDs in terms of black detail and colour reproduction.
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There's no word yet on the availability of the modular TV in the market, but a Variety report claims Samsung plans to commercially start selling the device sometime this year. "But the rest of the wall can continue to display other things: family memories, simulated decor, or the avatars of family members watching remotely". When will the TV be available at what price?
But if you're after the sharpest picture, Samsung has an 8k television with 4 times the pixels of a more common 4k set.
You can ask the voice assistant to search for movies, play your favorite show, do a Google Search or read you the weather from your TV.
"Consumers are telling us it is hard and confusing to try to find what they want to watch", he said. In other words, aside from its ridiculous size, The Wall is as close to the flawless new TV as we've seen so far from any brand.
While the roll-up screen drew plenty of attention at CES yesterday, Sony and Hisense also showed off a new take on televisions, debuting short-throw 4K projectors that could create displays of more than 100 inches in size.