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Samsung’s The Wall could be just the first of its ultra extravagant TVs

Samsung could be preparing to bring its ridiculous 146-inch modular The Wall TV to the mainstream. 

The firm has filed for a trademark on the name The Wall Luxury with the Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service (H/T LetsGoDigital), sparking a mass of speculation claiming that is bringing the modular MicroLED The Wall TV, which comes with a mammoth 146-inch screen as standard, to the lucrative home cinema market.

MicroLED is the future of Samsung’s TV range, with it set to retire QLED in favour of the new technology for the premium segment at some point in the near future. The main advantage of a MicroLED screen is that it’s thinner than its QLED counterpart, making it more desirable to top-tier customers looking for a state-of-the-art TV.

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It’s unclear whether The Wall Luxury will come with a 146-inch MicroLED screen out of the box, though it’s rumoured that customers will be able to place a custom order if they want something larger than the default. There’s nothing to say that it will actually hit the shelves, however – the only evidence we’ve seen is a trademark.

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