If you’re a firm believer that ‘size matters’ when it comes to your TV, then you may be pleased to hear that Samsung has gone huge. Dubbed the ‘Wall Luxury’ model, Samsung’s latest TV offering was unveiled last week and features a micro LED screen that can be tailored to fit any size and aspect ratio up to a whopping 292-inches.
Samsung’s Wall TV was initially launched back in 2018 but was only available with a screen up to a minuscule 146-inches. Starting at 73-inches, the Luxury version can double that with 292-inches. It also comes in a range of definitions; starting at 2K and rising as high as 8K, making it one of the most customisable TV’s on the market.
The Wall Luxury has a depth under 30mm and a slim, bezel-less design that can be customised with various different frames. The television features self-emitting diodes with 100,000 hours of life too, which means the screen never turns off and changes into a “digital canvas” when you’re done, with the viewer choosing between paintings, photographs and video art.
The visions aren’t half bad too and the new screen will feature the Quantum Processor Flex, which guarantees quality resolution through AI and machine learning, and audio capabilities designed alongside Harman Luxury Audio and Steinway Lyngdorf.
The Samsung Wall Luxury will be available worldwide in July. As of yet, there’s no word on price. But when you consider Samsung’s 98-inch, 8K Q900 cost $100,000 in the US, expect this 292-inch beauty to cost an absolute fortune. Find out more over at the Samsung Website.
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