SAMSUNG has announced its latest 2022 MicroLED TVs – and they’re a whopping $900 an inch.
The Korean tech giant’s latest TVs feature next-generation picture quality and a host of advanced personalization options.
MicroLED TVs will come in three different sizes including 110 inches, 101 inches and 89 inches, according to Samsung Press Release.
According to some tech media, the smallest model will start at $80,000, including Tech Spot.
The hefty price tag seems to match Samsung’s previous MicroLED models – the 2021 110-inch TV costs more than $150,000.
Last month, Samsung said its 2022 TV lineup, which includes both the Neo QLD and Lifestyle series, aims to “bring the vision of ‘Screen Anywhere, Display for All’ closer to reality with live images. lifelike, immersive and super-personalized experience.”
The prices of the new MicroLED TV models reflect the modern technology used to create them.
MicroLED uses self-illuminating micrometer-sized LEDs that produce light and color from its own pixel structure, resulting in incredible contrast and ‘perfect’ blacks.
Since the technology is inorganic, it also lasts longer than OLED TVs.
The MicroLED 2022 TVs will be equipped with a number of smart features, such as “Art Mode”, which will allow consumers to display their favorite works of art on the TV screen and create the look of an art gallery.
According to Samsung, the 2022 model will also come with two exclusive media pieces from renowned artist and designer Refik Anadol.
Another feature of the TV, called “Multi View”, allows users to view content from four different sources (including any of the four HDMI ports) simultaneously.
Furthermore, the MicroLED TV’s sound system is unmatched as it delivers sound from the top, side and bottom channel speakers for “spectacular, multi-dimensional sound” via Dolby Atmos, Samsung claims know.
And because the TV supports 20-bit grayscale depth, it offers very fine control over brightness and color levels.
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