Samsung MicroLED makes massive, 146-inch modular TV a reality

Watch this 65 TV roll up like a yoga mat

Watch this 65 TV roll up like a yoga mat

Samsung's 146-inch TV takes advantage of the new technology, what the company likes to called as microLEDs. That means that the TV is made of a bunch of smaller squares that are put together. "Instead, they should be able to blend into any home", said JH Han, President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. Samsung says the adaptability is possible through MicroLED, which are smaller than LEDs and self-sufficient as a light source.

"As the world's first consumer modular MicroLED television, "The Wall" represents another breakthrough". The company unveiled the LG Gram laptops, OLED and Super UHD LED TVs and even a Smart display powered by Google Assistant.They also announced the Smart ThinQ speaker which has Google Assistant built in.

While regular LED TVs use a liquid crystal design and an LED backlight, MicroLED uses millions of tiny LEDs for its image.

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However, unlike OLED, the Micro LED tech of the gargantuan Wall TV doesn't have quite so many limitations on peak brightness. Samsung has broken through the problems faced by the industry when it comes to such large screen sizes.

So there you have it, next-generation electro-QLED technology has finally arrived and so far its specs indicate something that could blow both current LCD TVs and the best that OLED offers out of the water, if only we can soon start seeing more normal-sized versions of this monster TV on the market.

Samsung claims that "The Wall" has incredible definition, without restrictions to size, resolution or form. However, this is the first step in the technology and will pave the way for the future and maybe one day the technology will become common and will be affordable to all.

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