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Samsung to unveil new Micro LED TV this weekBy Yonhap
Published : Dec. 7, 2020 - 15:07
Samsung said it will unveil its new Micro LED TV product at a webinar Thursday. The world's largest TV producer has yet to reveal the product's specification and price, but industry insiders predict it will be a Micro LED TV for home entertainment use.
The Micro LED TV uses micrometer-sized LED modules as singular pixels that can also self-illuminate, which provides better resolution and higher clarity.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, Samsung introduced new 88-inch and 150-inch models of its Micro LED TV brand, the Wall, completing its full lineup of home cinema-use Micro LED products with 75-, 88-, 93- and 110-inch display sizes.
Han Jong-hee, head of the visual display business at Samsung, then said the company plans to launch home-accommodating micro LED TVs in the second half in markets that include the United States and Europe, adding it is getting close to mass-production of such TVs.
According to industry tracker Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), worldwide revenue from Micro LED TVs is expected to grow sharply in upcoming years, rising from around $25 million this year to around $228 million by 2026. (Yonhap)
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