The 1000-inch device is known as the "Wall".
The “Wall” range began in 2018 with the launch of Samsung's 146-inch display. The following year, the company released a 292-inch plasma screen. Now the manufacturer has chosen not to waste any more time on trivialities and has revealed a truly huge 1000-inch TV.
Of course, it is not just about the size. Unique miniature LEDs control the picture quality of the “Wall” TV. The screen has an 8K-resolution at 120Hz. The electronics are controlled by a Micro AI processor utilising up to 16 types of neural networks. Micro HDR and Micro Motion technologies are supported as well.
The design of the “Wall” is modular: the screen can be tilted or rotated. It can be mounted concave, convex or even at an angle. The maximum brightness of 1600 nits will enable you to enjoy watching TV indoors regardless of the lighting conditions. Moreover, you can even display up to four images simultaneously in 4K quality.
The “Wall” is certified by TÜV Rheinland as having minimal impact on a viewer's eyes due to the blue colour from the screen. Although the TV will not be mass-produced, Samsung is currently negotiating with the first buyers. The purchase price of the TV is unknown, but we suspect that it can also surprise consumers.
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