It’s mega showdown time for Samsung Electronics as it is all set to launch the first Digital signage products featuring the unmatched picture quality of QLED 8K at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2019 in Amsterdam, which will break new ground in the global digital signage market. What with the unprecedented and sharp, new visual display quality that Samsung Electronics will bring in with its QLED 8K Signage, it is expected to make waves in the commercial digital signage industry and open up new and exciting opportunities. Not only this, the ISE 2019 attendees will get a glimpse of the future of display signage, including The Wall 2019 and Multi-Link LED HDR technology for signage, which makes for an impressive line-up of technological updates from the giant company.
QLED 8K Signage
Here’s presenting the brand new 82” QLED 8K Signage, which combines the market’s highest resolution with Artificial Intelligence (AI) upscaling technology to create life-like vivid images for an immersive viewing experience. The immense commercial potential of the AI upscaling technology is likely to attract potential customers as well as store owners and advertisers due to the commercial displays, channeling more content production at lower costs and lower resolution but higher resolution display in 8K quality.
Furthermore, the slim design (less than 40 mm deep) of the new signage enables smooth and easy installation by using Samsung’s advanced optical technology and gels well into any environment in portrait or landscape mode, highlighting its enhanced versatility. It boasts of a high resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels and provides enhanced black color presentation through local dimming and Quantum Light Control, just like its 8K TV counterpart. The high-quality display also includes HDR10+ along with 4,000nit peak brightness with 100 percent Color Volume, presenting pictures with redefined clarity and crisp sharpness.
292″ The Wall in 8K
Next in the line-up is a 292” version of The Wall display in 8K, to be launched by Samsung globally in the first half of 2019 to cater to the large-format modular display required by luxury residences and for business purposes display. The display is acutely customizable, covering a range of sizes and ratios from 73” to 292”, and its slim design enables it to seamlessly blend into its surroundings.
The Ambient Mode allows customization of the display by showing diverse content such as photos and art, matching the background to complement its surroundings and the customizable décor frame, in turn, complements its sleek, stylish and slim look suitable for luxurious spaces. The user base will be thrilled to have control over the display configuration as well as stunning display lighting up their drawing room spaces for a movie-watching experience on a leisurely Sunday evening.
Multi-Link LED HDR: Industry’s First 8K HDR for LED Signage
Next up on the launch line-up is Samsung’s Multi-Link LED HDR, the industry’s first 8K LED HDR technology, which makes use of Samsung’s proprietary algorithm and scene analysis to transform content into HDR quality without special meta-data.
Multi-Link LED HDR for signage provides unparalleled image quality, featuring Inverse Tone Mapping (ITM) and Dynamic Peaking to maximize the brightness and contrast ratio of the full screen by doubling peak luminance and its Color Mapping feature also sets an adaptive color gamut for true and vivid LED colors. All in all, Samsung ups its signage game with the introduction of this advanced HDR technology.
Samsung will also introduce the semi-outdoor OMN/OMN-D series globally this year, and these in-window displays, which are available in both 46” and 55” sizes, are the thing to look out for as the finesse of the display keep give businesses an eye-catching display solution with fine content and image clarity even in direct sunlight, with 4,000nit brightness and a high contrast ratio of 5,000:1 all packed in a slim and neat design.
The OMN-D series is equipped with an array of impressive features such as having a double-sided display that allows store-front and indoor display, increasing sales opportunities both in and out of the store simultaneously, being WiFi embedded and an electric power cord and one LAN cable to bring about improved energy efficiency. Adding to this, both displays boast of dust-proof IP5X validation and three-step overheat protection for durable performance, along with their own embedded solution, MagicINFO S6 powered by Tizen 4.0 for streamlined content management, and the optimized displays help it stream out to a range of retail businesses, enhancing its commercial value.
At the ISE 2019, Samsung is also slated to unveil the new QMR and QBR series 4K displays that feature five models – 43’’ to 75” in size, an intelligent upscaling engine, and IPX5 dust-proof validation, embedded with KNOX security solution and Wi-Fi for wireless management, adding more spark to the technology line-up set to be launched.
Samsung taps into the future of commercial display with the QLED 8K Signage, The Wall in 8K and 8K HDR technology for LED signage, and with these upgrades in hand, a very bright horizon lines its future.