We’ve spoken about it earlier that the CES 2020 will be dominated by loads of unexpected tech and futuristic inventions beyond our imaginations and one of the companies to make that a reality is Samsung with their new MicroLED 8K Resolution TV.
And for your information, this is officially the largest TV many of us will ever come across so far. I mean what’d you expect of a massive 292-Inches of Television screen mounted across a hall maybe a Cinema house or a stadium.
The TV is built with modular framework making it to be easy to assemble one after the other until it becomes a super massive wall taking up to 24 feet or somewhat 7.4 meters.
The crisp display in collaboration with the massive screen size and brightness makes the TV a big deal. It’s not some gimmicky signage that can just be mounted upon any wall considering many factors but the size is definitely a thing.
Aside that giant, Samsung didn’t stop but also showed another big but not as big, a 150-Inches version which has 8K resolution as well. The little smaller model also uses modules which Samsung had ones showed at the CES 2019 with which they could create a 75-Inch TV with 4K resolution.
“New advancements for 2020 have allowed for larger-scale production of fixed screen sizes,” Samsung said in a statement, “including new 88-, 93-, 110- and 150-inch sizes.”
The difference this TV makes lies in the MicroLED technology used to build it. The MicroLED unlike others is more prone to being a OLED rather than being an LCD which allows it to deliver a high contrast considering the numerous tiny LEDs that is being used to create images directly for picture quality that’s potentially far better than OLED on the norm.
As you might have expected, this isn’t a child’s play meaning its gonna cost hundreds of thousands of dollars because it’s not your typical TV that requires nothing than buying. This modules on the TV needs to be installd by professionals parts of which will add up to the price-tag.