Tuesday, February 11th 2020

Samsung Showcases Industry-Leading Displays at ISE 2020

Samsung Electronics is pushing the industry another step forward with an expansion of QLED 8K SMART displays, new applications of The Wall and showcasing the new-and-improved Samsung Flip 2 digital flipchart.

"Samsung is making tomorrow's technology a reality with complete display solutions that are more immersive, collaborative and interactive than ever before. ISE is one of the best opportunities for Samsung to showcase advanced commercial applications of our industry-leading displays," said Hyesung Ha, Senior Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. "We're excited to unveil new features and expanded lineups of our digital signage with next-generation technology such as 8K, the new model of The Wall, collaborative displays and more that will provide businesses with opportunities they've never had before."
QLED 8K SMART Signage Now Operational 24/7
This year at ISE, Samsung will unveil the latest 2020 QLED 8K SMART signage - the world's first 8K display capable of 24/7 operation.

The latest QLED 8K signage (model QPT-8K) features exceptional picture quality. Samsung QLED TVs are known for captivating image presentation, HDR10+ technology and 100 percent color volume, plus perfect color accuracy and 2,000 nit peak brightness. The new signage is designed to be wall-mounted and is available in 65-, 75-, 82- and 98-inch versions perfect for a wide range of business needs.

Equipped with the AI Quantum Processor 8K, it has built-in 8K AI upscaling and deep-learning capabilities that can automatically upscale non-8K content to pristine and true-to-life 8K resolution. Some of the display's latest features provide enhanced functionality for industries, such as healthcare, to take advantage of the true-to-life visual clarity and detail of 8K. With DICOM simulation mode*, healthcare professionals can view grayscale medical images, including X-rays and MRI, for non-diagnostic purposes; thanks to Samsung's superior display technology, images are seen in exceptional detail and clarity.

The display also comes with Samsung's powerful Tizen 5.5 operating system and supports connectivity with up to four different content sources all of which can be displayed simultaneously in 4K resolution, for a wide range of business use-cases where multi-screens are needed. The new QLED 8K signage is also compatible with Samsung's latest comprehensive software solution for signage, MagicINFO 8, making each display capable of providing an all-in-one solution for businesses of any size.

The new displays will be available globally during the first half of 2020.

Expanding The Wall Lineup Up To 583" for Commercial Use
Samsung's innovative use of microLED technology enables brand-new features in digital signage. Back again this year is one of Samsung's most talked-about breakthroughs in display technology: the award-winning modular microLED display known as The Wall.

Unveiled last year, The Wall Luxury presents an unmatched visual experience with an array of lifestyle features available up to a stunning 292-inch 8K version. Samsung's The Wall lineup boasts limitless possibilities when it comes to size, resolution or ratio and all the displays are completely bezel-free.

Samsung is expanding its lineup for The Wall this year with The Wall for Business. The latest iteration applies industry-leading visual experience for a wide variety of commercial applications from control rooms to broadcast centers, lobbies, design centers and more. The Wall for Business features a wide range of configurable and customizable sizes and ratios from 219- and 292-inch 4K versions, up to 437- and 583-inch 8K versions, the largest ever unveiled. The Wall for Business will be available globally beginning at ISE 2020.

Samsung Flip 2: Teamwork Simplified
Samsung Flip 2 is an intuitive and easy-to-use digital flipchart with nearly endless utility across corporate, education, creative, retail and beyond. The updated display maintains all the most useful features of the original model, with an enhanced design and new functions to better facilitate collaboration, sharing and creative thinking.

To help foster better collaboration for users in different locations, Samsung has partnered with industry leader Cisco Webex, bringing together the innovative Webex Teams and Webex Roomkit Mini solution with Samsung Flip 2 display technology. The Webex on Flip offering, which will be demonstrated onsite at ISE 2020, provides users with a comprehensive suite of features in an integrated experience. Webex on Flip, with an intuitive user experience, allow users to effortlessly transition between flipcharts, meetings, presentations and two-way whiteboarding with just a few simple touches. Built especially for remote collaboration, Webex Teams allows users joining through the platform from any location to contribute and whiteboard on their respective displays simultaneously, facilitating real-time collaboration regardless of where teams are located.
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12 Comments on Samsung Showcases Industry-Leading Displays at ISE 2020

#1
bonehead123
So, 8K is here, or will be, sooner than later....

Perhaps this is the reason the prices on most of Sammy's 4K models have recently been dropping significantly....

Just the other day, I saw a top-tier 65" at wallyworld for $425... and a mid-tier 55" model for $259..

Works 4 me :D
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Ferrum Master
bonehead123
So, 8K is here, or will be, sooner than later....
But where's the 8K content?

You are right about stacking up multiples is better. Why? They die... imagine some segments, pixels burn out... you replace the whole $$$$$$. With stacked replace the one bad 65incher...

For walls, like expositions a projector behind the curtain still looks fine and creates the immersion... for the fraction of price.

It is a tech demonstrator, sure. We can, but but do we need?
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#3
R-T-B
Ferrum Master
We can, but but do we need?
Technology is seldom about a "need," more a want.
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#4
kapone32
bonehead123
So, 8K is here, or will be, sooner than later....

Perhaps this is the reason the prices on most of Sammy's 4K models have recently been dropping significantly....

Just the other day, I saw a top-tier 65" at wallyworld for $425... and a mid-tier 55" model for $259..

Works 4 me :D
Man could you buy one for me :toast:
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#5
Ferrum Master
R-T-B
Technology is seldom about a "need," more a want.
A bit of both... there is the third case... an accidental byproduct like from military often goes. Think VR and augmented reality...
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#7
Minus Infinity
Another gimmick by the manufacturers to get the intellectually challenged to part with more money for ZERO benefit. To already be pushing 8K is a sad indictment of the industry.
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bonehead123
Ferrum Master
But where's the 8K content?
It IS coming, at least from the streaming services anyways, many of which have been using 8K equipment to make their original content for some time now.

As soon as they feel that their customers will think about upgrading to an 8K capable screen to show it on, they will start pushing it out, no doubt for an increased monthly fee :)
kapone32
Man could you buy one for me :toast:
Sure, no problem, as long as you realize that the shipping charges + insurance costs will probably be more than the tv itself :laugh:...:D....:roll:......
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#9
voltage
honestly, what is wrong with people... "where is the 8K content" that comment is so annoying. Have you been sleeping under a rock? most say that dumb comment each time, 720P came out then 1080P, then 4K.... are you people OK? do you not know by now the reason display and CAMERA res comes first before content? Go research it, you lazy people. :kookoo::D
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Ferrum Master
voltage
honestly, what is wrong with people... "where is the 8K content" that comment is so annoying. Have you been sleeping under a rock? most say that dumb comment each time, 720P came out then 1080P, then 4K.... are you people OK? do you not know by now the reason display and CAMERA res comes first before content? Go research it, you lazy people. :kookoo::D
I still don't see prosumer cameras with 8K video support. Show me Canon/Sony/Nikon/Fuji having it?
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#11
Logoffon
Ferrum Master
But where's the 8K content?
cries in Galaxy S20 series' 8K video recording

Though only at 30fps. :P
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torsoreaper


I can't believe they made those 2 sales people have a baby just to show off a new TV line
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