Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

Samsung Have Unveiled Their Latest Smart TV & It's Bloody HUGE

Samsung Have Unveiled Their Latest Smart TV & It's Bloody HUGE

Called "The Wall", the TV uses a technology called micro LED, which creates a brighter image using less energy than current televisions. It's where the highest resolutions and strangest form factors show up.

Televisions are always a big star at CES. 8K resolution delivers the most realistic pictures that look sharp, vivid, and detailed.

Samsung, however, is going really big in its own way with its unveiling of "The Wall", a massive 219-inch TV that uses a technology called micro-LED.

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"We have the ability now to build a rollable television". That puts the U9F on par with Samsung's Q9FN QLED, which debuted in 2018 and became one of the best TVs of a year ago. Until then, you can check out our first impressions in our LG Signature Series OLED R review. And rolls back into a bench when you're not watching.

Sony, TCL, and Hi-sense are also showing television sets that are 75 inches and larger at the show. The other notable TV manufacturers also had their 8K TVs on display. Hisense's Sonic One television is an astonishing 1.1mm thin at its thickets point, without having to outsource its processing or speakers to an external system.

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