In addition to the unique "modular" television that arrives in "tiles", Samsung will also deliver 8K television screens - twice as sharp as today's top-model TVs - that will upgrade existing TV shows and movies to better resolution using artificial intelligence. It is a self-emitting TV with micrometre scale LEDs which are much smaller than current LEDs, and serve as their own source of light, eliminating the need for colour filters or backlight.
"MicroLED offers the benefits of existing TV technology without any of the trade-offs", he said. Key performance qualities of MicroLED displays are their light source lifetime, power consumption, and luminous efficiency (up to 2000 nits).
Furthermore, Samsung's AI technology enables the TV's sound to be optimized for specific scenes, without having to change any settings.
"Screens should not be limited by size", said Jonghee Han, president of the company's visual display unit at the press presentation at CES.
The Wall, a 146-inch modular TV, it comes with a new MicroLED technology that delivers incredible definition, without restrictions on size, resolution or form.
The most exciting thing about The Wall is the new MicroLED screen technology that Samsung just introduced, which will probably be used in other devices, including smartphones and tablets in the not so distant future.
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In the First Look, Samsung as well came up featuring the first QLED TV with 8K AI technology. This AI technology upscales standard definition content to 8K resolution.
There is a great TV war brewing, and features like display size and resolution are the new ammos.
Amongst the slew of giant screens, all Ultra-HD and usually HDR or Dolby Vision-equipped, few expected South Korean electronics giant Samsung to do much at CES 2018 that was truly spectacular.
The brand's new TV does not just deliver most impressive visuals, but also provides seamless overall experiences. 2018 Samsung Smart TVs will also offer easier sharing and connectivity, thanks to SmartThings, Samsung's IoT platform hub.
The 2018 smart TVs will also include the launch of Universal Guide - an advanced program guide that recommends TV programs and content based on a user's preferences.
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