Samsung previously unveiled a new TV chip back in January, the 8K display driver IC (DDI), which could allow the company to produce bezel-less 8K TVs to their line-up. Industry sources have suggested that the Korean tech giant may introduce these new generation TVs at CES 2020 next month.
According to Korean news website The Elec, Samsung is planning to begin mass production of bezel-less TVs in February after introducing it at the aforementioned event. This design reportedly eliminates the borders around the display for a seamless viewing experience and may come in sizes that are 65-inches and above.
Samsung Electronics also recently uploaded a vague teaser on their Twitter account suggesting on a new innovation that they will be introducing at CES 2020, but it is uncertain if this is related to the bezel-less TV technology.
— Samsung Electronics (@Samsung) December 31, 2019
As mentioned earlier, the details about Samsung’s planned launch of the bezel-less TVs are based on rumours and hearsays that circulate around the industry, and the company has not confirmed it for themselves. According to a previous report by LetsGoDigital, the company also allegedly trademarked the name “Zero Bezel” earlier in the year, which also points to the likeliness of Samsung’s goal of producing bezel-less TVs.
However, there is no solid confirmation or guarantee that this new generation TV will debut at CES 2020 or released by next year. We’ll eventually find out if Samsung will introduce the bezel-less TV technology or other home entertainment innovations when CES 2020 rolls in this weekend.
(Source: The Elec.)