Every year, companies try to reduce the size of the front panel of their TVs as much as possible. Apertures still exist, but they have become so thin that they are almost invisible. However, after CES 2020, Samsung could turn the industry upside down, as the company is rumored to launch a zero-bezel television.
The Elec report claims this is more than just a concept. Companies typically show experimental and conceptual technology at CES, but if you believe the report, Samsung appears to be aiming for TV production to begin in February. So this is more than just a concept and will be something that customers want to be able to buy.
Unfortunately, if you were hoping this would come in a variety of areas, it doesn't seem to be so. It appears that Samsung will only provide this technology for TVs 65 inches and larger. So if you want a smaller TV, you may be out of luck. The larger sizes also seem to indicate that it won't be cheap.
It will be very interesting to see what the display could look like, and although it is only intended for TV at the moment, we would not be surprised if this were the case. Finally, the technology also reached our smartphones. Smartphone companies have tried to reduce the bezels as much as possible, but just like televisions, they still exist, albeit significantly smaller than before.
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