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Samsung launches upgraded commercial MicroLED display The Wall

With the new model, the top TV vendor aims to lead the paradigm shift in the large-screen commercial display market

By Jul 19, 2021 (Gmt+09:00)

Samsung's latest microLED display, The Wall
Samsung's latest microLED display, The Wall

Samsung Electronics Co., the world’s largest TV maker, is launching an upgraded model of The Wall, a large-size modular MicroLED display product, in the global market.

The commercial display is equipped with a micro AI processor and uses an emitting device 40% smaller than existing models to offer enhanced picture quality, the company said on Monday.

Suitable for large screens with diagonal sizes of more than 2,540 centimeters, The Wall supports 8K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate.

It’s bezel-free, meaning the product has edge-to-edge glass.

The display is also equipped with a screen-splitting video feed feature to help viewers make use of the expansive display. The Wall has a “4-PBP (picture by picture)” feature that splits the big screen to separately display four smaller screens.

Samsung said the latest display is half the thickness of previous models to make it easier to install. 

Samsung launches upgraded commercial MicroLED display The Wall

The modular design allows users to customize the exact shape of the television during installation.

The Wall can be installed in a concave or convex shape as well as in an S or L shape on the wall, according to the company.

MicroLED is a panel technology that uses millions of self-emitting pixels, meaning they emit their own light rather than using a backlight.

“With the latest model of The Wall, Samsung will lead the paradigm shift in the global commercial display market,” said Ha Hye-seung, senior vice president at Samsung’s visual display business.

Write to Shin-young Park at

In-Soo Nam edited this article.

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