Samsung unveils giant 219-inch TV named ‘The Wall’

Ruben Fields
January 13, 2019

Samsung have launched their latest invention, a 219-inch Smart TV called "The Wall".

Samsung has been truly playing with the forms of the TVs of tomorrow, with a modular panel technology that allows it to create a dizzying variety of shapes, sizes, and aspect ratios. So far most programming isn't offered at such a high resolution.

At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung introduced its massive "The Wall" television set, or screen, or whatever.

"We have the ability now to build a rollable television". And rolls back into a bench when you're not watching. And we were there to take lots of pictures. Called the LG Signature OLED TV R, the TV is expected to go on sale later this year.

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It wouldn't be a CES roundup without mention of 8K. It is powered by the company's second-gen Alpha 9 processor. Heralded for its revolutionary microLED technology, this TV will use less energy than current televisions you probably own now, but that's only half the fun.

CES is a big TV show. We'll let you know when we've had the chance to test it thoroughly - but the focus on faithful recreations of shows, films, and photos can only be a good thing.

Sony, TCL, and Hisense are also showing TV's 75 inches and larger at the show.

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