Samsung plans to unveil the world’s first ring-free TV next week at CES in Las Vegas
Samsung plans to unveil the world’s first borderless TV ever at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week
- Samsung may be unveiling the very first borderless TV in the world next week
- According to reports, the TV could go into production in February 2020
- The company achieved the design by reporting the display to the body
Samsung may be preparing to ever release the world’s first frame-free TV with a screen that occupies the entire front of the device.
According to a report from SamMobile, the TV set has no outer edge, which means that the screen fits seamlessly against the background.
The TV is reportedly only available for models that are 65-inch or larger and may go into production in February.
Samsung has achieved the performance by physically welding the screen and body of the TV according to SamMobile. According to a developer quoted by SamMobile, the result is the world’s first ever borderless TV.
A photo leaked through the German site, 4K Film (above) is said to be the first ever image of Samsung’s ringless TV soon to be revealed
“Unlike other so-called” zero-bezel “products that actually had bezels, this product really has no bezel,” the anonymous developer told SamMobile. “Samsung has become the first in the world to realize such an extreme design.”
In anticipation of the expected unveiling, German site 4K Film Released what they claim are the first official photos of the TV, which show that the set is as borderless as Samsung suggests.
Although Samsung has not officially confirmed that it would release the TV, the recent news confirms earlier reports from Samsung that bore the name ‘Zero Bezel’ earlier this year.
Samsung has also published a fairly vague sounding teaser on Twitter on Tuesday that may be the precursor to its official announcement.
‘Tune in on January 6 @ 6:30 PM PT / 9:30 PM ET to watch the Samsung # CES2020 keynote live #AgeofExperience # SamsungCES2020’, the tweet reads.
However, details about the new device have yet to be reported. That includes price or when and where it will be available.
In recent years, Samsung has found a niche in creating new and breakthrough TVs.
This year it pushed the boundaries with a set called ‘Sero’.
The TV switches between horizontal and vertical modes by simply pressing a button and wants to take advantage of the growing number of users who are more dedicated and long-term looking at their mobile devices
In particular, Samsung has said that it hopes that Sero will try a thousand-year-old audience who are used to watching videos vertically on their mobile devices.