The other interesting thing about this TV is its modular design. It is, in fact, made up of a multitude of smaller borderless display modules placed side by side. In the event of a faulty or broken pixel, just one of the smaller panels can be replaced. Samsung envisages bringing “The Wall” to market during 2018, with a retail price that’s likely to be just as impressive as the TV’s size.
Also at CES, Samsung is showing off a TV with a kind of onboard artificial intelligence that can intelligently upscale any video to 8K resolution, allowing viewers to get the best out of new-gen displays. This QLED TV is expected to go on sale before the end of the year in South Korea and the USA. As well as its exceptional TVs, Samsung is presenting its latest-generation smart refrigerators (Family Hub) in Las Vegas. Expected to sell from spring 2018, the new range benefits from improvements to Samsung’s Bixby voice-activated assistant, improving communication and control for all components of the connected home.
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