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Samsung’s next-gen The Wall microLED TV is thinner and has better colors


Last updated: July 19th, 2021 at 09:10 UTC+02:00

Samsung has launched the 2021 version of its The Wall microLED TV. It is not only thinner but also capable of displaying more accurate colors. Moreover, the company has also managed to implement a higher refresh rate for smoother motion handling. Samsung also says that the new modular The Wall TV is easier to install. The TV is available in select markets starting today.

The new version of The Wall is the industry’s first commercial display in its segment to feature 8K resolution. It can be configured horizontally to support up to 16K resolution (15,360 x 1,080 pixels). The new display can span up to a whopping 1,000 inches and its brightness can go as high as 1,600 nits. It features an improved Micro AI processor that analyzes and optimizes every frame in the video for better content upscaling (up to 8K resolution). The AI processor also helps in removing noise in the videos.

The new TV also supports a 120Hz refresh rate and is capable of displaying more accurate colors, thanks to Black Seal and Ultra Chroma technologies. Samsung says that the Black Seal technology blankets the screen with better uniformity for purer blacks. The Ultra Chroma technology creates narrower wavelengths to create colors that are twice as pure as conventional LCD displays. Other features of the TV include 20-bit processing, HDR10+, picture-by-picture (2 x 2), and the Eye Comfort mode (with TUV Rheinland certification).

Samsung The Wall MicroLED TV 2021

The South Korean firm has also made the 2021 version of The Wall TV easier to install by implementing wireless docking connections and endless design. The commercial version of The Wall TV, which uses modular microLED panels, can be used in airports, shopping malls, retail stores, and outdoor advertising. It can be installed in various shapes, including ceiling, concave, convex, hanging, inclined, and L-type.

Harry Patz, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Display Division, Samsung Electronics America, said, “At Samsung, we are dedicated to helping businesses create unforgettable customer experiences through the power of dynamic displays. The Wall is the crown jewel of Samsung’s expansive display line-up. Its cutting-edge new features, unrivaled picture quality, and limitless sizing, make the 2021 model our most immersive and versatile display yet.

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