MicroLED is the house-sized version, and Samsung says it will ship a 146-inch version this year.
Samsung is taking the idea of a "big screen TV" to the next level.
The QLED TV will feature twice the resolution of current top model televisions, and Samsung Australia television product manager Hass Mahdi said the screen would use artificial intelligence to automatically upscale shows to appear in crisp 8K resolution. Well, first and foremost, there's something called Modular microLED.
It comes with a micro-LED display, which has been introduced as a superior alternative to OLED due to the fact that it offers both deep blacks and bright highlights.
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Because it is modular you can actually make it even bigger by connecting more displays into it. Makes sense to call it The Wall, doesn't it?
It is difficulty to manufacture micro-LED screens because because the LEDs as they are to be individually placed onto a layer by machines. Even today's best OLED 4K TVs can't reach even half of that so far.
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.
The Wall is unlike most TVs in that it doesn't need a backlight. It combines the best of OLED (perfect, total black levels) with the best of LCD (stunningly high peak brightness) and joins them with incredible high dynamic range color.
The Wall is expected to come available during upcoming summer but there are no price details as of yet.