If you prefer something bigger it can be 146-inch ‘Window’ and even more bigger- a 219-inch ‘Wall’ display
After introducing the ginormous MicroLED TV called ‘The Wall’ at the last year’s CES, Samsung has returned with a much smaller and practical fit for living room a 75-inch 4K TV.
It uses the same MicroLED foundation as ‘The Wall’- combining the “individual tiles of self-emissive MicroLEDs, featuring millions of inorganic red, green and blue microscopic LED chips that emit their own bright light to produce brilliant colours on the screen.”
There is no backlight needed, so MicroLED displays are incredibly thin.
The technology can be updated on either side- larger and smaller. You can create a 219-inch “The Wall” and can also create a 146-inch- “The Window” display.
This proves that it can build screens of any resolution, size or shape.
One of the biggest appeals of MicroLED is the picture quality that should rival or even beat the OLED, sans any pitfalls of using the organic compound (that’s what the O in OLED stands for). At least, in theory, the MicroLED “should be able to deliver perfect blacks (all of the microscopic LEDs can be turned off individually), best-in-class brightness, and an incredibly wide HDR colour palette — without burn-in and hopefully with a significantly longer lifespan than OLED panels, since there’s no natural degradation to worry about”.
Its modular nature allows you to change it to any size or aspect ratio. MicroLED can be customized to your life.