Samsung unveils cutting edge Modular Micro LED 75-inch 4K wall TV

Samsung revealed a new, 75-inch, consumer-friendly Micro LED display this year at CES.

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Last CES Samsung introduced consumers to The Wall, a massive 146-inch Micro LED display. Now, this year, Samsung has unveiled a much smaller, home-friendly version of The Wall in a 75-inch package.

The new 4K Micro LED displayer features self-emissive technology and modular capabilities and is set to deliver unparalleled picture quality and design for those looking to spruce up their living room entertainment options. Like the original, the new 75-inch display allows users to snap together small modular panels, connecting their display seamlessly into any wall in their house.

There still isn’t pricing information available for the 75-inch version of The Wall, or even when it will be available for consumers. That being said, Samsung has stated several times that the technology could still change as they develop it and work on it more. On top of the more consumer-friendly version, though, Samsung also showed off a massive 219-inch version of The Wall.

Samsung 75-inch modular micro LED display
Samsung unveiled a new, consumer-friendly version of their Micro LED display at CES 2019.

While the future of Micro LED is promising, there are also some issues that Samsung will need to tackle carefully. While the picture quality is something to experience, Samsung will also need to worry about producing Micro LED panels on a large-scale, as any bad pixels could lead to the entire display being a bust. So, for now, all we can do is look forward to the future of Micro LED displays, as the work that Samsung has shown off could lead to a massive change in how we as consumers enjoy television and movies.

While there are some risks to take into account with these types of displays, the bezel-free panels ensure a seamless and stunning picture that blends perfectly into any wall or background, creating a window into the world of entertainment unlike anything that’s been available before.

In other news, Apple iTunes Movies and TV Shows is coming to Samsung Smart TVs this spring, and you can see all the other announcements and reveals by heading over to our CES 2019 news hub.

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    January 7, 2019 10:55 AM

    Josh Hawkins posted a new article, Samsung unveils cutting edge Modular Micro LED 75-inch 4K wall TV

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      January 7, 2019 11:07 AM

      While the future of Micro LED is promising, there are also some issues that Samsung will need to tackle carefully. While the picture quality is something to experience, Samsung will also need to worry about producing Micro LED panels on a large-scale, as any bad pixels could lead to the entire display being a bust.

      Wait, wouldn't this tech be a bonus for bad pixels? If one pixel goes bad all you have to do is replace a section of the greater display rather than the entire panel for a similar traditional display?

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        January 7, 2019 12:33 PM

        If I'm understanding it correctly it's good in the sense that yes you could fix the bad pixel by only having to replace a segment of the display instead of the whole thing, but it's much worse in the sense that a bad pixel's impact is now as large as the entire segment it's a part of instead of only being a single ignorable pixel.

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          January 7, 2019 12:35 PM

          Like, one bad pixel will kill the whole segment? Yeah that would suck