SEOUL: South Korea’s world-renowned company Samsung has unveiled the world’s largest micro-LED TV, which is more than 1,000 inches (83 feet) wide.
According to reports, this LED television is a masterpiece of the latest “The Wall” technology, which was first introduced by Samsung in 2018 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which was 146 cm wide.
In “The Wall” technology, many micro LEDs are skillfully connected in such a way that they merge into a large LED screen.
Samsung says that even bigger TV screens can be made using the same technology.
This 1,000-inch-wide micro-LED TV has a new chip equipped with artificial intelligence, which allows it to display 8K resolution while supporting up to 16K quality video.
Despite its wide width, this TV screen is very thin and has a wireless docking connection with its 120 Hz refresh rate.
Samsung has not said anything about the price of the new “The Wall” screen, but it has been said that it will be tailored to the needs and requirements of any buyer around the world.
This statement shows that this screen is only for those users who have a lot of space and a lot of money. These could be large and corporate entities.
Any design of “The Wall” can be made to be hung in addition to spot (flat) or curved at the request of the buyer.