It's fundamentally separate from LED-backlit LCD TVs, which use LEDs to light a liquid crystal display (LCD) panel that produces the picture. It was massive, measuring in at 146-inch, with self-emitting MicroLEDs that are smaller than existing LEDs.
That's right, one of this year's Walls will be coming in at an astounding 219-inches. These transformative TV displays are made up of individual modules of self-emissive Micro LEDs, featuring millions of inorganic red, green and blue microscopic LED chips that emit their own light to produce brilliant colors on screen - delivering unmatched picture quality that surpasses any display technology now available on the market.
At CES 2019 Samsung unveiled The Wall - a bloody huge TV that certainly lived up to its namesake. "A 75" 4K micro LED TV was announced during the Samsung preview event, along with an intriguing modular micro LED display that can be customised and expanded simply by adding more micro LED modules.
Technical advancements have enabled Samsung to create this modular 4K MicroLED display in a smaller and more consumer-friendly 75-inch size.
MicroLED offers "freedom of size, bezels, ratio and resolution" says Samsung - largely due to the scalability of MicroLED and the content that it can display. OLED panels must be manufactured in complete sections like LCD panels and are unfeasible to manufacture in very large sizes, while MicroLED modules can be scaled and assembled in sections to support much bigger screens. It has shown off a much more reasonable 75-inch The Wall TV ahead of CES 2019 in Las Vegas. The result is a seamless, stunning infinity pool effect that allows the display to elegantly blend into any living environment. It also optimises the content resolution without compromising the pixel density.