Samsung's 146-inch television 'The Wall' is as big as a wall

Antonio Villas-Boas  Business Insider

Antonio Villas-Boas Business Insider

LG caused a sensation in Las Vegas with two unusual TVs. The AI was also found in LG's refrigerator, so many computers and even headphones, watches.

Korean, Japanese and Chinese TV makers usually use CES as a launch pad for the coming year and 2018 seems to be no different.

Samsung debuted "The Wall", a new modular TV, at CES. A big draw is that it's modular, which means users can customize the size and shape of the screen by adding or removing sections of it.

LG have done flexible displays before - but not to this size or resolution - which makes it a remarkable feat. The third-generation model was unveiled at CES, along with an insane 146-inch TV that Samsung calls 'The Wall'.

LG is claiming right now about its brand new television to be the world's first 88-inch, 8K, OLED display and was actually created as a design to show off what OLED technology is proficient of. Samsung has shown its LED technology before, and it has been available in signage applications, typically for very large displays in outdoor places such as stadiums. The panel is made up of millions of micro-sized chips that emit light individually. This allows the MicroLEDs to do away with image quality-sapping colour and polarisation filters as well as backlights, which allows them to rival OLEDs in terms of black detail and colour reproduction.

Antonio Villas-Boas  Business Insider
Antonio Villas-Boas Business Insider

The 146-inch TV and created to take up an entire wall with the latest technology making a flawless picture on the huge screen.

Finally, Sony was also keen to show off its 8K developments, with an as yet unnamed 8K TV. "But the rest of the wall can continue to display other things: family memories, simulated decor, or the avatars of family members watching remotely".

You can ask the voice assistant to search for movies, play your favorite show, do a Google Search or read you the weather from your TV. Among them was Sony's $30,000 4K projector capable of projecting a 120-inch HDR image on a wall.

Touted as a TV with artificial intelligence, the Samsung Q9S packs in some serious processing power to run a sophisticated AI engine that converts any format - be it 4K, FullHD, or SD - into 8K resolution through the magic of upscaling.

Alas, as The Wall is still very much at an early concept stage, there's no official word yet on United Kingdom pricing or a release date.

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