Samsung has announced that the biggest TV it has offered will go on sale starting next month. The TV is called The Wall Luxury, and it promises a new user interface and experience for users. The large TV has a customizable decor frame that enhances the display and ensures that it will fit in any space. The self-emitting diodes that the giant TV uses are good for up to 100,000 hours.
Samsung also has a standard "The Wall" TV, and it is designed never to turn off. When the user isn't watching TV on the massive screen, which is configurable and customizable, it can display images. Ambient Mode is for when the TV isn't being used, and it can show a variety of curated art from paintings and video to customizable pictures with digital frames. Samsung launched a version of this giant display called The Wall Professional last June. That version was aimed at public spaces, retail stores, and hotels. The new versions are aimed at home use.
Samsung will sell the Wall in sizes from 73-inches in 2K definition up to 292-inches in 8K definition. All versions have a depth of less than 30mm and a slim, bezel-less design. The Wall Luxury has an AI picture quality engine that includes a Quantum Processor Flex.
The Quantum Processor Flex processor delivers optimized image quality scene-by-scene regardless of the original format. Quantum HDR tech is featured with AI upscaling, a brightness rating of 2,000 nits and a 120 Hz refresh rate. The Luxury version also has Harman Luxury Audio and more. There is no indication on pricing for The Wall or the Wall Luxury, but a 292-inch TV with the features listed isn't cheap. Mass production on the original version of this TV aimed at commercial use started in 2018.