Samsung may before long follow through on its guarantee of bezel-free TVs. The Elec sources state the organization intends to present a zero-bezel TV at CES 2020 toward the beginning of January, with mass manufacturing beginning in February. While the better details aren’t accessible, the design purportedly welds the display and main body “more closely” to eliminate the usual borders on sets 65 inches and bigger. What’s more, everyone does mean take out – this supposedly “really doesn’t have a bezel,” one source said.
The organization hasn’t affirmed anything, and everyone would think about the claim while taking other factors into consideration. In any case, there are motivations to believe this may be something beyond speculation. Over Samsung’s prior work, the organization trademarked the “Zero Bezel” brand name prior to the year. Nor is a guarantee people will see something at CES. The trade show is often Samsung’s favored venue for TV presentations.
It’s safe to assume that any conceivable bezel-free TV would be costly. Samsung built up the fundamental chip in light of 8K, and the combination of an exotic design with an enormous panel could make even ‘ordinary’ 8K TVs appear deals. Much like other flagship TVs of years past, they may be paying as much for bragging rights as they are for the underlying technology.
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