The Samsung has seen the reality as true Samsung has just taken the Las Vegas CES a TV built on MicroLED technology. The mirror is called The Wall and, according to the Korean manufacturer, utilizes a modular design made up of smaller blocks that can be joined seamlessly. Thus, smaller and larger screens may emerge. And it's harder to see what we know
Samsung has not confirmed the resolution of the display. In November, 4K was talked about, which would mean a relatively low pixel density at that angle. Only the brightness, which can reach up to 2000 threads, roughly doubles the number of simultaneous TVs, has been reported.
About the availability or price of the word, but Samsung is already preparing for launch of commercial production. On MicroLED, the Cinema Screen modular screen is now built, and Samsung wants to replace the screens and projectors in cinemas. Than producing millions of pieces per thousand crowns, but expect thousands of millions of crowns.
Is MicroLED the Other? The technology invented in 2000 uses colorful microdios that produce the image themselves. Unlike OLED, diodes are not organic, so they do not hurt (such a fast) obsolescence. MicroLED uses gallite nitride (GaN) inorganic diodes, which can be found in LED backlighting of LCD panels, but they will not be sized in millimeters, but in micrometers
The paper is a technology that does not have a mistake. It promises great spectacular coverage. In principle, it will have a perfectly homogeneous image, a perfect contrast (black is black), a colorful color rendering, a higher brightness at the same consumption, , higher display frequency and shorter response time. And it will not suffer from burning an image. MicroLED is captured by Sony or Apple (and more likely by other producers), so the development will not only be Samsung. The future is inorganic
By the way: The same technology will most likely be delivered with different terms. Sony has called Crystal LED . We have also met with the abbreviations mLED, ÂμLED or iLED (inorganic LED). Only LEDs could be used, but the manufacturers used the TVs on the LED TV, where the diodes are only designed for LCD backlighting