Last year at CES, Samsung debuted its first “The Wall” MicroLED television. It measured 146 inches and featured self-emitting MicroLEDs that were smaller than conventional LEDs. It is a modular design, allowing users to customize the shape and size of the television to their liking.
Last year, Samsung only sold this size to businesses because it was not intended for residential use. It was stated that a consumer version of The Wall would be introduced in 2019. It unveiled a significantly more affordable 75-inch The Wall TV before CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
75″ The Wall is a more consumer-friendly display
Samsung was able to create this modular 4K MicroLED display in a 75-inch size made more consumer-friendly by technological advancements. Individual modules of self-emitting MicroLEDs make it possible for users to create irregular 93, 17, or 51 screen sizes if desired.
These displays can optimize content regardless of screen size or shape. They can scale to increase resolution while maintaining constant pixel density. So they can support standard 16:9 to 21:9 aspect ratios as well as unconventional aspect ratios such as 32:9 and 1:1 without sacrificing picture quality.
The Wall’s displays are entirely bezel-free because there are no bezels between the modules. This creates an impressive infinity pool effect that allows the display to complement any living space.
Today, Samsung even displayed a 219-inch form factor, which is more suitable for businesses. The company has not disclosed when or how much the consumer version will be sold. You can bet that it will be expensive.