Samsung to unveil the world's first bezel-free TV with 5 advanced features
Samsung plans to launch the world's first frame-less QLED TV at CES 2020, the biggest consumer electronics show. The report claims the so-called "bezel-less" TV will go into mass production in February with the launch set sometime towards the end of 2020. The report also said that the frameless TV will be made available in 65-inches and larger. Interestingly, Samsung recently trademarked the term "Zero Bezel," meaning the bezel-less V could be around the corner.
Separately, German site 4KFilme has published the first image of the Samsung-made TV. The image showcases a near bezel-less TV with a stand. Other details, including its specifications, remain unknown. Suffice to say, the TV should support 4K resolution, which has now become the standard on most smart TVs. 8K resolution could be supported along with HDR. It is being said that the TV will likely be called the Q900T or Q950T. Samsung's Zero-bezel TV will come with the company's QLED display technology.