This is something that goes all the way back to CES 2018 where we had first spoken to Samsung about “The Wall” and the company’s plans to make the technology available to not only businesses but consumers as well.
The Wall is made up of smaller MicroLED panels that come together in a user-friendly manner, allowing the user or business to take whatever shape they want. It could be a square, a rectangular, or even an abstract screen. As long as the shape can be made up of the little squares, it could be done. You can wrap a square pillar with them, or gently curve them around
This new version is a focus on commercial use, however. It comes in at over 1,000 inches with an 8K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. It can also be configured to display up to a 15,360 x 2,160 ultrawide image horizontally. Each LED in each panel is up to 40% smaller than previous generations of The Wall, allowing Samsung to pack all of that quality in with.
It has a new Micro AI processor that focuses on improving everything in the image, with Micro HDR and Micro Motion features, and 1,600 nits of brightness.
There is no doubt that this display would look amazing in person. It also helps that we have seen the previous generation panels in the past to help drive this assumption. It isn’t targeted at consumers in any way this time though. The price tag is going to be far too much and the kit far too large for any home installation.
Of course, Samsung hasn’t mentioned what the actual price is. Instead, you’ll have to head over to Samsung’s website here to request more information and speak to Samsung one-on-one.
Here is a look at last year’s MicroLED (The) Wall by Samsung: