Besides Samsung has lunched the gaming monitors, it comes up with Wall Luxury is a 292-inch 8K monster TV. Samsung has announced a new version of The Wall, its gigantic modular MicroLED TV. The new version, dubbed The Wall Luxury, has a maximum resolution of 8K. It creates a TV that measures 292 inches from corner to corner. Alternatively, a 2K configuration of the TV is available that’s just 73 inches big.

Samsung followed it up by launching a more consumer friendly 75-inch model, and an even bigger 219-inch model of The Wall at the CES 2019. The luxury version of the company’s massive, modular MicroLED display will be available globally starting July 2019.

Samsung The Wall

Coming to the versatility and innovation in field of electronics, Samsung is leading the way. The Wall Luxury has a higher maximum resolution compared to Samsung’s previous MicroLED prototypes, but it also takes up a lot more space. The version of The Wall that was shown off back at CES was a 4K MicroLED TV that was just 75 inches big.

Samsung says The Wall Luxury is rated for 100,000 hours of use, and that it can achieve a peak brightness of 2,000 nits. The display comes equipped with an AI picture quality engine, called Quantum Processor Flex, to bring optimized image quality scene-by-scene.

The Wall TV is designed to never turn off and when not in use Ambient Mode can be enabled which will display digital artwork. This next-gen luxury version is equipped with Samsung’s AI up-scaling engine Quantum Processor Flex which automatically optimizes images regardless of the original source format.

MicroLED uses individual LEDs to create an image, as opposed to LED TVs which uses LEDs to light an image behind an LCD layer. Besides that Samsung is also teaming up with Control4, Crestron and Savant for home automation solutions, and Domotz, Ihiji and OrvC for remote monitoring capabilities.