Samsung has many different sizes of LED signages, some of them are a kind of landmark in the area where they’re installed, and today at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2019 introduced its first-ever QLED 8K signage, as well as its new micro-LED the Wall and Multi-Link LED HDR technology for signage.
Before you dive below, we just want you to know what the AI Upscaling feature really is:
The AI Upscaling is powered by ‘Quantum Processor 8K’ that detects the source of the content whether it’s coming from a streaming service, set-top box, HMI, USB or even mobile mirroring, it auto upscales the content to fit in 8K quality.
QLED 8K Signage featuring AI Upscaling:
At the event, Samsung will present its new 82-inch QLED 8K Signage, which comes with Artificial Intelligence (AI) upscaling technology. These signages come in a slim design that can be installed easily on portrait or landscape mode featuring a resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels.
Samsung said this QLED TV is designed to be as a counterpart for 8K TV and creates enhanced black color presentation through dimming and Quantum Light Control. The display also features HDR10+ along with high brightness, color volume, and rich picture quality.
292-inch The Wall 8K:
At CES Samsung introduced 75 and 219-inch version of this micro-LED but in the first half of this year, Samsung will launch a 292 version of the Wall display in 8K resolution globally.
“The Wall is a large-format modular display ideal for luxury residences as well as for the business purpose, configurable and customizable to a variety of sizes and ratios from 73 to 292 sizes” said the company.
Multi-Link LED HDR technology:
Samsung said it will introduce Multi-Link LED HDR, the industry’s first 8K LED HDR technology. Using Samsung’s proprietary algorithm and scene analysis, Multi-Link LED HDR turns any content into HDR quality, without special meta-data.
The Multi-Link LED HDR delivers live content with lower latency through an optimal live mode. It helps eliminate cable clutter of other displays with a 100-meter (330 foot) LAN cable.
The Multi 8K Frame Lock function embedded in Multi-Link LED, integrators do not require a separate device to sync content presented on 8K displays. Multi-Link LED HDR supports all Samsung SMART LED Signage products and is also compatible with The Wall Professional and the IFJ Series.
OMN/OMN-D Series – Semi-outdoor Signage:
Samsung also has plans to introduce new semi-outdoor OMN/OMN-D series globally this year in 46 and 55-inch display solution for business featuring a good picture quality, colors, and brightness packed in a slim design.
The ODM-D series is double-sided and can be used for store-front and indoor display, it features Wi-Fi, one electric power cord and one LAN cable to reduce clutter and increase power efficiency.
Moreover, both of these displays have dust-proof IP5X-validation and three-step overheat protection for durable performance, along with their own embedded solution, MagicINFO S6 powered by Tizen 4.0 for streamlined content management.
These displays are optimized for a wide range of retail businesses from quick-service restaurants to department stores and more.
In addition to these displays, Samsung will also be introducing the new QMR and QBR series 4K displays that feature five models – 43’’ to 75” in size, an intelligent upscaling engine, and IPX5 dust-proof validation, embedded with KNOX security solution and Wi-Fi for wireless management.
If you want to know more about Samsung’s latest SMART Signage Displays, please visit http://displaysolutions.samsung.com/ise2019.