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Samsung’s The Wall 2022 models are the future of Micro LED


Last updated: May 11th, 2022 at 11:50 UTC+02:00

Samsung has officially unveiled three new 2022 models of its state-of-the-art display technology, The Wall, at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2022, held in Barcelona, Spain. This new technology is coined to be the future of Micro LED technology. Notably, the model IWB is designed to provide a beautiful and high-resolution immersive viewing experience.

It will be available in 0.63 and 0.94-pixel pitches, the 0.63 being the slimmest ever pixel pitch in The Wall lineup. For interested buyers, the new display is now available for pre-order globally. Some of the notable features of The Wall IWB include multi-view for simultaneous multi-source playback, pure black levels, 20-bit processing, a peak brightness of 2,000 nits, 120Hz frame rate, HDR10/10+, and LED HDR.

Samsung also introduced The Wall All-in-One, which carries the model name IAB. It will be available in three sizes, 4K 146-inch, 2K 146-inch, and 2K 110-inch, with a standard resolution of 16:9. The Wall All-In-One model comes with features such as a media player S-box and offers a pre-adjusted seam, and a “Pre-Assembled Frame Kit” for easy installation.

Samsung also unveiled the 2022 Flip Pro

Apart from the 2022 models of The Wall, Samsung also displayed its latest 2022 outdoor line-up, model name “OHA.” It will be available in 55-inch and 75-inch sizes. These outdoor displays are verified for outdoor visibility by UL (Underwriters Laboratories), have a sleek composition, and are easier to install and use.

The new 2022 Samsung Flip Pro, model name WMB, was also unveiled at ISE 2022. This interactive whiteboard will be available in two large 75- and 85-inch models. It is developed to be useful for both teachers and students, as it comes with enhanced usability and features to meet ever-changing educational needs. For more information, you can check out the official announcement.

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