Samsung Micro LED TV, which is scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2021, is based on micro LED display technology. Like OLED, this technology achieves vivid colors and perfect black with self-luminous pixels, each of which can be turned on and off separately. Unlike organic pixels in OLED panels, micro LED panels do not easily burn-in.
Samsung has been promoting its micro LED-based’The Wall’ display two years ago, and it has also reduced the unrealistic 292-inch panel to a reasonable 75-inch panel and sold it.
However, the existing Samsung Micro LED display was caught up in some important problems. First of all, due to the inherent difficulties of the micro LED production process, the display was shipped as a separate module and had to be assembled and installed by professional personnel. The second problem is the enormous price, which is mainly targeted at businesses or customers who buy some luxury goods.
With the launch of a 110-inch micro LED TV, Samsung solved the first problem. The new MicroLED TV will be delivered as a pre-assembled finished product, and Samsung said it has developed a new production process to optimize microLED panel production. Of course, the 110-inch size would require a lot of work to take the product out of the box and hang it on the wall, but basically it works right away if you just plug it in. Samsung has yet to disclose the price of the new TV.
Samsung emphasized that with the new micro AI processor, micro LED will provide a brighter and more vivid screen. However, it should be noted that the maximum resolution of a 110-inch TV is 4K, not 8K.
According to Samsung, a 110-inch micro LED TV has a screen-to-body ratio of 99.99%, with almost no bezels. You can also divide the screen into two 55-inch screens as needed. We also put great effort into the sound, but by incorporating a majestic sound system with object tracking function, it provides realistic 5.1-channel sound without a separate external speaker.
All of Samsung’s explanations are impressive, but the key is how expensive the price tag will be attached to this huge TV. Samsung’s 98-inch Q900 QLED TV is an 8K TV based on traditional LED technology, and the official price is a whopping $60,000. [email protected]
Source: ITWorld Korea by www.itworld.co.kr.
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