- As per reports, the TV will be available only from 65-inches and higher
- Samsung Electronics has also announced that it will be showcasing five projects from its C-Lab Inside program at CES 2020
As per media reports, Samsung is going to unveil Zero Bezel TV at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020. Reports from South Korea has claimed that the premium TV has received thumbs up from top top Samsung executives.
The reports claim that the Samsung may start mass producing the TV in February 2020. As per reports, the TV will be available only from 165.1 cm (65-inches) and higher.
Welding the display panel and the TV’s body together
The report also said that this TV will be different from other ‘bezel-less’ TVs already released. Samsung has removed the border that surrounds the Zero Bezel TV completely. This has been done by welding the display panel and the TV’s body together. Samsung had applied for a trademark on the term ‘Zero Bezel’ in Europe two months back.
C-Lab Inside program
Samsung Electronics has also announced that it will be showcasing five projects from its C-Lab Inside program as well as products from four start-ups participating in its C-Lab Outside program at Consumer Electronics Show CES 2020. The C-Lab booth will be located at Eureka Park, Sands Expo, where upcoming start-ups across the globe will be featured from seven to 11th January 2020
C-Lab Inside is an in-house idea incubation program by Samsung. The company encourages and nurtures innovative ideas from its employees using C-Lab Inside. It had begun in 2012 and this will be the fifth year C-Lab is participating in CES. Since its inception, a total of 40 Samsung C-Lab alumni projects have launched as fully-fledged start-ups, independent from the company