The display also packs Samsung's Quantum Processor Flex, a machine learning-based engine that is created to optimize picture quality scene-by-scene, regardless of the source.
Pricing for The Wall Luxury has not been announced, but the display is set to launch globally in July.
"Throughout the last twelve months, we've closely monitored interior design and technology trends to shape the product planning and development of The Wall Luxury", said Mark Quiroz, Vice President of Product Marketing for Samsung Electronics America. What was first launched as a commercial product is now getting a consumer version, almost a year after Samsung announced that such a model was in the works. The 146-inch modular TV was a commercial-centric display. The modular nature of the technology, which allows screen sizes to be scaled up with the addition of more Micro LED modules, means Samsung will offer the TV in a variety of sizes and ratios, staring at 73-inch displays offering 2K resolution, up to a gargantuan 292 inches in 8K.
The Wall Luxury certainly sounds like an awesome display, but the vast majority of us are definitely going to want to look elsewhere when it comes to outfitting our homes with televisions. The advanced AI picture quality engine uses machine learning to optimize images on a scene-by-scene basis, enabling lower res content to match the screen's resolution. And if the bevel-less infinity design (which is just 30 mm deep) doesn't grab you, the display can also be fitted with a customizable frame to suit your room's décor.
Whether viewing a classic movie, an anticipated sporting event or the latest console game, AI upscaling, Quantum HDR technology peak brightness of 2,000 nits and 120Hz video rate provide a rich and superior visual experience that is second-to-none. When not in use, Samsung says that the screen reverts to an Ambient Mode that shows off "curated art from paintings, photographs, and video art" that it believes can "enhance the living space". You can imagine that it will be anything but cheap.