Samsung Electronics has announced the launch and presale of a 110-inch MicroLED display. MicroLED displays were debuted as part of the modular ‘The Wall’ system in 2018, but Samsung says the new 110-inch MicroLED is ‘prefabricated’ with both installation and calibration now streamlined.
“As consumers rely on their televisions for more functions than ever, we are incredibly excited to bring the 110” MicroLED to the commercial market,” said Jonghee Han, President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung MicroLED is going to redefine what premium at-home experiences mean for consumers around the world.”
The product uses micrometer-sized LED lights to eliminate backlight and color filters used in conventional displays, while the new model here employs self-illuminating light and color reproduction from its own pixel structures. With 100% of the DCI and Adobe RGB color gamuts available, the 110-inch screen promises to deliver ‘stunning, lifelike colors and accurate brightness’ from its 4K resolution and 8 million pixels. Samsung says that the breakthrough here was its ability to finally mass-produce the MicroLED elements, which will in time filter into more affordable products.
As well as an ability to watch up to four content sources simultaneously on four 55-inch split screens, there is an embedded ‘Majestic Sound System’ supporting 5.1 audio with no external speakers. An object tracking feature will identify sound cues as they move across the screen.
The new display will be available globally in the first quarter of next year following its unveiling in Korea on Thursday. For more information, go to Samsung.
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