Seeing Samsung's 'The Wall' MicroLED TV Made Me a Believer

Seeing Samsung's 'The Wall' MicroLED TV Made Me a Believer

Seeing Samsung's 'The Wall' MicroLED TV Made Me a Believer

That means that the TV is made of a bunch of smaller squares that are put together.

At achieving this latter PR stunt, The Wall succeeds wonderfully. "But the general reaction by foreign media is that Samsung and LG dominated other global companies in the TV and display sectors, which are the cores of CES". Well, first and foremost, there's something called Modular microLED. The manufacturer usually comes out all guns blazing, unveiling an entire new range of TVs for the year ahead. While that phrase sounds like typical PR/marketing hyperbole, we are actually inclined to trust Samsung's diagnosis in this case. It's billed as the first consumer modular MicroLED television or, for the layman, "The Screen of the Future".

Somehow, the term "big-screen TV" doesn't seem to do justice to Samsung's newest monster.

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The Wall is also a "micro LED" display, which carries numerous benefits of OLED displays, including the flawless reproduction of the color black, infinity contrast ratio, and gorgeous colors. Like OLED, micro LED tech creates light and color right inside a TV's pixels themselves and thus doesn't require any sort of large, bulky LED backlight arrays.

Other key specs of "The Wall" include a full HDR support package with inclusion of full DCI-P3 wide color gamut and some essentially flawless contrast, with total black levels where needed alongside spectacularly high peak brightness as we'd mentioned above. The name of the TV itself, however, is entirely appropriate: The Wall. With Cinema Screen Samsung claims a brightness of about 500 nits, half that of its standard HDR TVs and lower than OLED. This results in a high contrast footage that is better than the traditional LCD screens.

Few details exist about The Wall, including its price, the price of modules, or availability, but Samsung says it'll release more details in March.

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