Samsung Debuts ‘The Wall Luxury’ in Southeast Asia

Posted on 29th October, 2019

Samsung Debuts ‘The Wall Luxury’ in Southeast Asia

Samsung this week announced the availability of The Wall Luxury in Southeast Asia for the first time with Singapore selected as the region's launch country. StereoNET Asia was in attendance for the exclusive launch preview.

The Wall showcases the very latest in display technology using Micro LED panels and a modular form factor that can be custom-tailored to various sizes and aspect ratios. 

Designed for luxury residential spaces and business spaces, The Wall Luxury employs millions of small, self-emitting LED pixels to create accurate and pure colour representation. The large-format, modular display is configurable to various sizes from 143” (4K) to 292” (8K) without compromising performance.

Guy de Souza, Head of Regional Display Solutions for Samsung, told StereoNET:

Samsung has led the display market for ten consecutive years and breakthroughs like The Wall Luxury continue to demonstrate how committed we are to innovation. The launch of The Wall Luxury in Singapore and across Southeast Asia represents a major step-change in display technology design that has to be seen to be believed.

The Wall Luxury never needs to be turned off. When not in use, the Ambient Mode acts as a digital canvas for users to express themselves, whether through displaying paintings, photographs or video art that suits their personal mood. Within the display, Quantum Processor Flex, an AI upscaling technology, automatically enhances content to the optimum resolution according to the screen size and ratio.

From November 1 2019, The Wall Luxury will be available exclusively from AV Intelligence, Millenia Walk, Singapore. As for price, it differs depending on configuration but the 146-inch 4K version costs in the region of $500,000 Singapore dollars ex tax.

For more information, visit Samsung.

Photos supplied by Samsung and Eugene Ng


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