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The world's first transparent MicroLED display from Samsung

The transparent MicroLED display from Samsung, presented at CES 2024, blurs the boundaries between content and reality.

Samsung has caused a stir by claiming that these displays outperform other transparent displays. When researched online, technology experts who have tested the products confirm this superiority, especially in terms of brightness and color, where the transparent MicroLED screen performs better.

Transparent MicroLED display, created after 6 years of R&D work

The technology is the result of six years of research and development and offers a crystal clear, glass-like appearance that invites viewers to consume visual content in a new way. Transparent MicroLED displays deliver incredibly sharp images and high pixel density. They are less affected by ambient light, which is a distinct advantage over transparent OLED displays.

The company presented three versions of these transparent MicroLED displays, each with a different design. The first two models use colored glass so that viewers can focus on the screen and not on what is behind it. The third model is as transparent as normal glass and is characterized by a slim, frameless design. There's no word on pricing yet, but Engadget has it right: given that Samsung's current MicroLED TVs cost around $150,000 for a 110-inch model, these new transparent displays are likely to be much more expensive. It will also be exciting to see if MicroLED technology is used in Samsung's long-awaited transparent screen phones. Let me make a note: Samsung first unveiled these new displays at Samsung First Look 2024 just before CES 2024 (on January 7). CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the world's largest consumer electronics and information technology trade show in Las Vegas, began on January 9 this year (today) and continued to showcase and exhibit products as part of CES 2024. These transparent displays, previously known mainly from science fiction, provide an exciting glimpse of how we might interact with digital content in the future. In the video below, you can also see LG's OLED TV, which was unveiled at the event and is often compared to Samsung's transparent MicroLED display.

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