Samsung will also launch a 292-inch version of the Wall display in 8K globally in the first half of this year
An official statement released by the brand read, “The AI up-scaling technology in commercial displays will capture the attention of potential customers; and to store owners and advertisers, this means more content production at lower costs and lower resolution but higher resolution display in 8K quality.”
“By introducing 8K in display signage, businesses can deliver impeccable picture quality to their audiences in a way that was previously not possible,” said Seog-gi Kim, executive vice president of visual display business at Samsung Electronics. He added, “The 82-inch QLED 8K Signage is just one of the many industry-leading products we are excited to showcase at ISE 2019. We look forward to introducing the global AV industry to the commercial applications of 8K.”
Samsung 8K signage features
40mm deep, the signage can be used in portrait or landscape mode. It offers a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels. Similar to its 8K TV counterpart, the QLED 8K display delivers enhanced black color presentation through local dimming and Quantum Light Control. The display also features HDR10+ along with 4000-nit peak brightness and provides 100 percent color volume.
Samsung will also launch a 292-inch version of the Wall display in 8K globally in the first half of this year. The Wall is a large-format modular display configurable and customisable to a variety of sizes and ratios from 73-inch to 292-inch.
At ISE, Samsung will also be introducing the new QMR and QBR series 4K displays that feature five models – 43-inch to 75-inch in size, an intelligent up-scaling engine and IPX5 dust-proof validation, embedded with KNOX security solution and WiFi for wireless management.
Brand-s official statement read, “Created with shopping malls, retail stores and airports in mind, QMR series has 500-nit brightness and a non-glare panel. Made for smaller shops, commuter stations and terminals, QBR has 350-nit brightness. Both series are upgraded from the last with smaller bezels and a more symmetric design.”