Samsung debuts massive 110-inch MicroLED TV


Samsung Electronics announced the launch and pre-sale of the groundbreaking 110” Samsung MicroLED. Switching it up from its modular versions of the display tech, previous MicroLED displays required assembly, this 11-inch TV comes as one unit. Unlike any other displays currently available on the market, Samsung MicroLED delivers astonishing colour vibrancy and brightness with self-emissive LED display technology.

Samsung’s Idea

“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 traditional TV model is based on the same MicroLED technology that Samsung introduced with “The Wall” in 2018. While “The Wall” was made up of multiple monitors, the 110-inch model provides streamlined installation and calibration, with its video, audio and smart capabilities available out of the box.

Display Aesthetics

The 110-inch MicroLED screen uses micrometer-sized LED lights to eliminate the backlight . And also colour filters utilized in conventional displays, says Samsung. The model is self-illuminating, producing light and colour from its own pixel structures. It expresses 100% of the DCI and Adobe RGB colour gamut, as well as delivers accurate wide colour gamut. Samsung says the model has 4K resolution and 8 million pixels.

Also part of the new MicroLED screen is a Micro AI Processor that can deliver 4K HDR content. Samsung also claims MicroLEDs enable the TV to be long-lasting. Also, with the inorganic materials helping to provide for a lifespan of up to 100,000 hours.

This kind of technology does have its disadvantages from a consumer’s point of view as the 110-inch display will cost roughly $156,000 USD. Expect TVs with MicroLED technology to hit stores in early 2021.

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