The 146-inch size might seem random, but it's actually just tall enough to be able to cover most home walls from the floor to the ceiling.
Not only is it the largest, highest resolution OLED panel ever made - but it's also using the best TV tech on the market right now, so you can take a guess at just how good it looks.
It claims that Samsung did in fact have a new QLED TV to show to select media in a secret room at its CES 2018 stand and it's said the new TV had black levels to rival OLED TVs.
As yet it isn't clear when it will be launched although an announcement is expected in the forthcoming weeks. LG's AI OLED TVs will also have Google Assistant so users can control them with voice commands.
The MicroLED technology featured in The Wall eliminates the need for color filters or backlight, yet allows the screen to offer consumers the ultimate viewing experience, according to Samsung. Furthermore, just as is the case with OLED, the pixels (any one of several million of them inside a micro LED 4K TV bar) can turn off or on completely on an individual basis for flawless scene dimming and bright highlights. "But the rest of the wall can continue to display other things: family memories, simulated decor, or the avatars of family members watching remotely". It will be available later this year.
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. Arguably, the tiling scheme could be arranged by Samsung to match customers' specific requirements and the bezel-free "wall" could be combined with other units.
"Consumers are telling us it is hard and confusing to try to find what they want to watch", he said.
Finally, Sony was also keen to show off its 8K developments, with an as yet unnamed 8K TV. For example, you can ask Alexa to search for movies or play Amazon content on a Fire TV. Samsung is bringing this technology to its Smart TV lineup for this year to ensure that its new products have strengthened security against malicious attacks.