Samsung intros micro-LED technology through massive 146-inch 8K UHDTV “The Wall”

CES 2018, Samsung has just announced its game-changing micro-LED technology through a massive first-ever consumer mLEDs in the 146-inch, 8K UHD (7680 by 4320 pixels) “The Wall”. The innovative technology uses energy efficient light source which technically eliminates the need for separate backlight and LCD shutters which results to improved blacks and peak brightness.

Sammy is the first to introduce an mLED TV, though LG had just announced a same resolution 8K OLED TV earlier. So we are now talking about 8K, but don’t worry this mLED TVs are equipped with smart AI to upscale 1080 and 4K UHD content for 8K UHD TV. As of now, the nearest 8K content will be the 2020 Olympics which will be aired in 8K UHD.

Samsung Smart TV lineups for this year will support voice-recognition digital assistant Bixby developed around Q Smart that housed the company’s IoT technology ala Amazon’s Echo and Google Home. There will be also other Q-techs included, Q Picture which works to improve TV images and Q Style is for all the techs that Samsung improves to make the TV thinner, clutter-free and elegantly eye-catching. And don’t forget Samsung’s continues to push HDR10+, a royalty-free, open alternative to Dolby Vision and the successor to HDR10. HDR10+ supports dynamic metadata that can optimize the color palette and contrast.

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