Samsung over the past two years has shown its future standard TV called The Wall, which uses MicroLED technology.
MicroLED and OLED share many of its best features and without the most of its hindrances, and is seen as the next big leap for display screens in our lives.
Samsung is now putting MicroLED technology in its conventional TV, without yet revealing the price of this huge TV, which uses the latest image technologies.
You won’t notice any bezels on this device, as it has a screen-to-body ratio of 99.99 percent.
The TV has a built-in sound system it claims to be Provides amazing 5.1 channel sound without external amplifier.
Samsung says about the image quality: MicroLED, measuring 110 inches, uses micrometer LEDs to eliminate the backlight and color filters used in conventional screens, as it is self-illuminating, and produces light and color from its pixels.
“The TV expresses 100 percent of the DCI and Adobe RGB color gamut, and delivers wide color gamut images captured by advanced DSLR cameras with precision, resulting in stunning, vibrant colors and accurate brightness of 4K resolution and 8 million pixels.” Pixels.
And considering all of these LED lights are self-lighting, you get perfect blacks and the cool contrast that define OLED, as well as enjoy With better long-term durability.
Samsung estimates the life span of 100,000 hours.
One of the capabilities of the device is the ability to Watch up to four content sources simultaneously via the HDMI input, using the TV’s Multi View feature.
Samsung says: It was not possible to manufacture a 110-inch MicroLED TV until recent innovations emerged, and credits this with the new production process derived Its semiconductor business.
The company has plans to produce MicroLED TVs in smaller sizes.