AnonD-537624, 08 Jan 2018This could be a great rival to sony's cledis tech basically microledIt is, but damn, Sony still aces the competition.
s4f786, 08 Jan 2018Whether you love Samsung or not, damn are they good at making tv's!No they are not. Even though the try to innovate and outed things first, still they are just playing catch up on LG and Sony.
My guess is these still retain the sluggish response times of LED TVs and they probably can't make them small enough to fit into a more regular sized TV just yet. So nothing worth holding my breath.
This technology would be Perfect for use in the Samsung X with the Dual Display combining into one, aince this is perfectly bezeless.
Also this new technology would have ensured LG and Apple don't sleep well tonight.
I hope that microLED will come quickly. Still regretting to have bought an OLED TV because it is so dim compared to much cheaper LED TVs. So at least my phone will have this gorgeous tech. And I hope for fast refresh rates which donÂ‘t hurt the eyes like some OLEDs.
We can look forward to affordable MicroLED TV and Super MicroLED mobile screens in about 2-3 years? OLED- but lasting longer. Nice.
wat, 08 Jan 2018im looking forward for "The Bridge" , "The Tower" , "The Mountain" and etc"The Thing"
im looking forward for "The Bridge" , "The Tower" , "The Mountain" and etc
This could be a great rival to sony's cledis tech basically microled
Whether you love Samsung or not, damn are they good at making tv's!
Simon, 08 Jan 2018So far the cons to the tech apart from cost are that the individual LEDs can die. The odds for... moreLED is a reasonably new technology so ofc there will be cons everything has cons but when compared to the sheer volume of cons of LCD and OLED micro LED is VERY promising
Can we just admire this work of art that non of us can afford yet please