The South Korean electronics company just unveiled "The Wall Luxury": a massive modular screen that can stretch up to 292 inches. That's 24 feet diagonally—about as big as a full-sized home movie theater screen.
Like past iterations, the sleek display is ultra-thin (30mm, to be precise), bezel-less, and transforms into a "digital canvas" that displays a variety of curated art and photos when in Ambient mode. Thanks to self-emitting diodes with a 100,000-hour lifespan, it never really turns off.
But The Wall Luxury is also equipped with an AI picture quality engine called "Quantum Processor Flex" that analyzes image data and automatically boosts lower resolution images to 8K. Quantum HDR technology also offers a peak brightness of 2,000 nits and 120 Hz video.
As the name suggests, it's designed to fit a private "luxury" residence. If you don't have a 292-inch surface to spare, it can be scaled down to a mere 73 inches with 2K resolution.
“We set out to create a product unlike anything else, Samsung executive Seog-gi Kim said in a press release, "matching the lifestyle and taste of those looking for the most exclusive and premium visual experiences in their homes."
The Wall Luxury will be available globally in July of this year. Just be ready to pay each and every inch.