You can expect to pay $150,000 for Samsung's huge 110-inch MicroLED TV

Samsung's massive MicroLED-based The Wall TV comes in 110, 99, and 88 inches and will cost a minimum of $156,000 in South Korea.

Published Thu, Jan 7 2021 12:01 AM CST   |   Updated Wed, Feb 3 2021 9:02 AM CST

Samsung has just launched its MicroLED-based TV to regular consumers, and not just to millionaires and members of royal families that could spend $300,000+ on a gigantic TV.

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But now us mere mortals can buy Samsung's amazing MicroLED TV that is smaller than last year's iteration in the form of The Wall TV, which measured in at a retina-busting 292-inch in size... the new 2021 version is a MicroLED TV in fixed sizes of 110-inch, 99-inch, and 88-inch. They're cheaper, but they're still going to run you some serious Benjamins.

Samsung has launched the consumer-focused The Wall TVs in South Korea already, with the 110-inch MicroLED TV costing around $156,000 -- but there are now a 99-inch and 88-inch version, which should be closer to maybe $100,000 for the 99-inch, and maybe $75,000 for the 88-inch... but I'm just spit-balling here.

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