The Wall Luxury is the latest version of Samsung’s expandable MicroLED-based TV tech, and it can scale from a modest 73 inches in 2K definition all the way up to 292 inches (about 24 feet) in 8K definition.
As if 8K at 292 inches weren’t enough to set your techno-salivary glands watering, The Wall Luxury packs even more superlatives, like a screen depth of less than 30mm, a slim, bezel-less front, and customizable décor frames (we guess for when your wall is larger than the display itself). If you like, you can leave the massive TV turned on all the time. When not being used to watch video content, its Ambient Mode can display a variety of curated art from paintings, photographs, video art, and customizable pictures with digital frames. Add to this HDR that can pump out 2,000 nits of maximum brightness at 120Hz, and you have a display that even Tony Stark might envy.
To power this new display Samsung is using a new processor an A.I. picture-quality engine it calls Quantum Processor Flex which is designed to handle the dual tasks of optimizing source video regardless of resolution and quality and scaling it to the various sizes that the Wall Luxury is capable of.
Appropriately, Samsung is hyping up the use of its Ambient Mode to decorate your space with art when you’re not using the TV. You can certainly afford the power bill if you can afford this model, after all.
It’s even a quality set outside of these intimidating figures, with a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR technology that can hit an eye-searing 2,000-nit brightness.
The Wall Luxury will be available worldwide in July. Samsung hasn’t detailed the pricing. You may have to “settle” for Samsung’s $100,000 Q900 or alternatives like Sony’s $70,000 98-inch Z9G.