MicroLED TVs are the future according to Samsung, and the company is showing off an amazing live concept at CES this year to prove that point. MicroLED panels are designed to be modular, in that you can connect two MicroLED panels to theoretically get a TV of any size, and Samsung’s demo of the possibilities is a treat to watch.
The lack of any boundary or bezel around these panels is the primary reason why the scalability is more than just a gimmick. With MicroLED technology, Samsung says these TVs could offer as high as 10K resolution, as the resolution scales alongside the overall screen estate. We saw a 146-inch MicroLED display last year, and Samsung has taken things a step further by putting up a 219-inch display at this year’s CES.
Of course, the general public isn’t going to be able to get their hands on MicroLED TVs that big just yet, with Samsung aiming for a 2020 release even for the 75-inch model. It’s also going to be a costly affair for the foreseeable future, but as far as innovation is concerned, it’s easy to see why the company is betting big (no pun intended) on MicroLED technology.
Check out the scalable MicroLED display concept in the video above and let us know what you think!