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The information comes from leaked marketing material for the TV.
The TV is expected to be truly bezel less.
Samsung is also said to join hands with the 8K Association (8KA) to launch a certification program for 8K TVs.
If information circulating the internet is to be believed, then Samsung will launch a truly bezel-less TV at CES 2020. The information comes from the German-based website 4KFilme. The website got its hands on some marketing material showcasing the frameless design of the 8K TV. The leaked image shows the TV with nearly nonexistent bezels on three sides and a very thin chin at the bottom. It is also expected that the TV will come with a ‘No Gap Wall Mount' design to ensure the TV sits flush with your wall. If you are wondering how you will get to the back of the TV to access the ports, know that the TV is said to come with Samsung’s One Connect Box. The One Connect Box has all the connectivity options and connects to the TV via a single cable eliminating the need to wiggle your hand behind a wall-mounted TV to get to the ports. The One Connect Box can be replaced means that if new HDMI technology releases, or Samsung can let users simply upgrade the One Connect Box. The new Samsung TV is said to be unveiled at CES 2020 along with Samsung’s 2020 range of 4K TVs. The leak also suggests that the TV will have the model number Q900T or Q950T. The upcoming 8K TV is said to share some DNA with Samsung’s The Wall TV. We will get more details on this at CES 2020.
In other Samsung news, the electronics giant has joined hands with the 8K Association to Launch a Certification Program. According to the press release, this association has established “a first-of-its-kind certification program designed to distinguish 8K-enabled televisions and other devices”. “We are proud to be one of the founding members of the 8K Association and to have our new lineup of QLED 8K TVs certified by the program,” said Hyogun Lee, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “Our goal is to provide consumers with the ability to easily identify premium 8K displays from other devices when making purchasing decisions. Home entertainment and TVs are important investments for many of our consumers, and we hope that the 8KA Certification Logo will help guide them.” You can read more about the 8K association here.
A lot of TV manufacturers showed off 8K TVs at CES 2019, but Samsung is the only one to launch an 8K TV in India in 2019. Back in June 2019, Samsung announced their 8K QLED line-up of televisions for India. The company launched four 8K QLED TVs available in The four sizes - 65-inches, 75-inches, 82-inches and 98-inches. You can read more about the 8K QLED TVs available in India here.
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