However, one analyst said they would likely be very expensive to manufacture. It's sheer gargantuan size is guaranteed to draw media and CES attendee attention while its host of cutting-edge new technologies give a glimpse of what Samsung is working on for their newest consumer models.
We covered this subject recently in a post on the future of QLED technology (essentially another name for the micro LED tech of "The Wall" TV) and discussed how it might advance enough to replace OLED or conventional LCD displays to become the dominant type of display for most near-future TVs.
Backlights normally make it hard to produce deep blacks on screen because their illumination spills beyond the pixels they are targeted at. Yet the company keeps investing in microLED TV R&D in parallel, which has the potential for much brighter displays with a higher luminous efficiency, while still offering the pure blacks from OLEDs as it is too a self-emitting technology.
Samsung's decision to bet on micro-LED puts it in direct competition with rivals that have opted to go with OLED displays.
Unlike traditional LED-based LCD TVs, which use a liquid crystal layer and an LED backlight, MicroLED uses an array of millions of individual, tiny LEDs to create the image.
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"But maybe Samsung has made some breakthroughs on multiple placement [at once]". Samsung isn't releasing pricing, but if you have to ask...
We were a underwhelmed by Samsung's press conference at this year's CES. This is the heart and soul of the new Wall TV from the company and Samsung is promising that it will be part of the "screen of the future".
The firm did not announce a price for the product, though a 100in version costs $10,000 (£7,300).
More impressive, though, is the fact that Samsung's set is modular.
AI assistants have cropped up several smart TV's at CES this year, including Philips' 7703 Series 24in Android TV, which comes perched on a Bluetooth speaker and is designed for kitchen worktops.