Samsung unveils ridiculously large 219-inch TV, nicknamed 'The Wall'

Judy Cobb
January 14, 2019

So far most programming isn't offered at such a high resolution. Just hit the button and watch it roll away.

Anyone who brags about having a 65 inch TV needs to sit down and be humble after Samsung's announcement of "The Wall".

Samsung showed off a massive 219 inch TV - that's more than 18 feet - at the CES technology show in Las Vegas. And we were there to take lots of pictures. It is powered by the company's second-gen Alpha 9 processor. TVs are getting bigger and less expensive.

Panasonic, however, has calibrated its GZ2000 OLED TV with the help of a Hollywood movie colorist, for what it calls "unparalleled color accuracy", as well as including its new HLG Photo Mode for viewing hi-res Lumix photographs.

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Apart from launching a rollable TV, LG also unveiled an 88-inch 8K TV fitted with an OLED panel. It's safe to say Samsung's massive unveiling stole the show at CES 2019.

To read all about the 75-inch, whathifi.com has all the goods.

The price of modern televisions have come down so much in recent years, middle-class households can now afford to have 50-, 60- and even 70-inch televisions in their homes.

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