A 292-inch TV, an upgrade on 'The Wall', is here and it's an absolute monster
For Samsung's latest TV design, we reckon their engineers were influenced by Daft Punk. However, rather than make their new design 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' they're just going 'Bigger, Bigger, Bigger, Bigger'.
Truth be told, we're not against it.
A few months ago, the tech giants unveiled the design for a new TV, called 'The Wall', and they're returned with an even bigger version of it.
The South Korean electronics giant have unveiled 'The Wall Luxury' and it's a beast.
Actually, it's not a beast, it's what you would send to kill a beast.
According to Samsung: "The Wall Luxury is configurable and customisable to a variety of sizes and ratios from 73” in 2K definition, to 292” in 8K definition. With a depth less than 30mm, the slim, bezel-less infinity design, along with customisable décor frames, allows the display to blend seamlessly into its surroundings, ensuring no disruption to the desired ambience of its environment."
The Wall Luxury will be equipped with an AI picture quality engine, known as Quantum Processor Flex, which will use AI upscaling and machine learning to optimise picture quality on a scene-by-scene basis.
On top of this, The Wall Luxury is said to offer Quantum HDR technology for a peak brightness of 2,000 nits (a measurement of how much light the TV screen sends to your eyes), as well as a 120Hz video refresh rate, making it ideal for watching sports or playing video games.
Do we want it? Hell yes!
The Wall is also designed to never turn off, but to change into a digital canvas that best matches the individual's interior needs and personal mood.
Given the customisable nature of The Wall Luxury, Samsung has yet to announce pricing for the next generation of MicroLED TVs.
We imagine the larger models will be quite expensive when they go on sale in July.
More information can be found here.
Leading Samsung’s line-up at #InfoComm2019, The Wall Luxury reflects new innovations in display technology designed exclusively for top-of-the-line environments and luxury residenceshttps://t.co/wNtxrO1p1q
— Samsung Electronics (@Samsung) June 12, 2019