Samsung has revealed a new version of its biggest TV, with the 2021 The Wall offering over 1,000 inches of modular screen with a number of upgrades. Designed with flexible MicroLED panels that allow different sizes of overall screen to be pieced together, for 2021 there’s now support for 120Hz frame rates among other niceties.
While The Wall overall may be big, the individual pixels that make it up are now smaller.
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