Samsung to Launch World’s first Truly bezel-less 8K TV at CES 2020

Samsung to launch world’s first truly bezel-less 8K TV at CES 2020

No bezels? Samsung’s First Truly Bezel-Less 8K TV

Renders of Samsung’s first truly bezel-less TV have leaked ahead of its rumored launch at CES 2020. The TV is rumored to sport an 8K panel. Samsung announced to launch the world’s first bezel-less TV next week. The launch will take place at CES 2020 on January 6.

Samsung to launch world’s first truly bezel-less 8K TV at CES 2020

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Samsung is going to launch the world’s first true bezel-less or frameless TV at CES 2020. However, just before the launch, the alleged first picture of Samsung’s upcoming True Bezel-Less 8K TV has been leaked. This leaked image is being described as the marketing material for Samsung’s TV.

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It is seen in this picture that there are no bezels on the sides of this TV. Although a slight bezel is visible in the bottom. Also, its ‘No Gap Wallmount’ design can also be seen in the photo. These alleged photos have surfaced on the German-based website 4KFilme.

This picture shows that the design of the upcoming Bezel-Less 8K Tv has been taken from Samsung Cay Wall TV. At present, there has been no confirmation about the Bezel-less 8K TV from Samsung. However, reports claim that it will be officially launched as Q900T or Q950T.

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It is also discussed that Samsung’s first true bezel-less 8K TV will get an in-house one connect box design. It will serve as a media receiver with a built-in TV tuner. With this frameless TV, like the company’s high-end TV, it will get support for one-connect function. Apart from this, let us tell you that many 4K TV models will also be launched at CES 2020 along with the much-awaited True Bezel-less 8K TV.

Samsung’s Alleged Bezel-less 8K TV Leaked

Talking about the upcoming 8K TV, Samsung has partnered with the 8K Association (8KA) to launch a certification program for 8K TVs. Let us tell you that any company product which has a criterion to get an 8K TV certificate, has at least 7,680 x 4,320 pixels panel resolution, pick brightness over 600 nits, image transmission on HDMI2.1 standard and HVEC support. Are included. Once a product has been certified by 8KA, then any company can market its product as an 8K product.

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