Samsung wows ISE 2020 attendees with their 583-inch "The Wall" microLED display

MicroLED is due to become OLED's successor

Samsung wows ISE 2020 attendees with their 583-inch

Samsung wows ISE 2020 attendees with their 583-inch "The Wall" microLED display

Samsung's "The Wall" concept was impressive when it broke past 100 inches, but now Samsung's just making a mockery of standard television screens. Forget Samsung's original 146-inch "The Wall" TV, that's nothing, their latest "The Wall" model can scale up to an incredible screen size of 583-inches.

To put this into everyday numbers, a screen size of 583-inches makes Samsung's "The Wall" digital signage up to 7.26 meters tall (23.75 foot) and 12.9 meters wide (42.33 foot). Just look at the image below to see how big this screen is in human terms. 

Samsung's "The Wall" series of luxury digital signage utilised the company's MicroLED screen technology, hardware which is designed to surpass and replace OLED displays over the next few years. The modular nature of MicroLED screens can enable limitless screen sizes and resolutions/aspect ratios options which have never been given to consumers before. 

The problem with MicroLED screens right now is their pricing, which is why Samsung has targetted this technology at the luxury signage market, offering 219/292-inch 4K versions and 437/583-inch 8K versions. Last year, Samsung offered 292-inch 8K versions of its "The Wall" screen, but Samsung ambitions have only gotten larger since then.   

The benefits of MicroLED displays over standard LCDs is their lower latency potential, high contrast ratios and enhanced colour depth. Like OLED, MicroLED screens are self-illuminating, which leads to greater screen efficiency and the ability to offer true blacks by turning off individual pixels. MicroLED screens appear to be the perfect screen technology for both gamers and movie buffs alike, deliver low latency throughput and outstanding levels of image quality. The only problem is that these screens aren't ready for the consumer market yet. 

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