Samsung debuts updated display portfolio at ISE 2020

Samsung highlighted its QLED 8K smart signage system, The Wall for Business and a reworked Flip 2 display at the show.

QLED 8K smart signage 
Samsung expanded its QLED 8K ‘Smart’ displays, unveiling the 2020 QLED 8K smart signage display which is capable of ‘24/7’ operation. 
The QLED 8K signage model, the QPT-8K, includes HDR10+ technology and 100% colour volume in addition to a peak brightness of 2,000 nits. 

The signage display can be wall-mounted and is available in 65-in, 75-in, 82-in and 98-in versions and features an AI quantum processor 8K in addition to built-in 8K AI upscaling and ‘deep-learning’ capabilities that can upscale non-8K content automatically. 

DICOM simulation mode is included, allowing users in healthcare applications to view greyscale medical images such as X-rays and MRI for non-diagnostic purposes. 

The Tizen 5.5 operating system is included, supporting connectivity with up to four different content sources which can be displayed in 4K resolution for a range of business use-cases where multi-screens are needed. 

The QLED 8K signage is compatible with Samsung’s MagicINFO 8 software for signage. 

The Wall for Business 
Samsung The Wall

The Wall for Business is a microLED display designed for a variety of commercial applications such as control rooms, featuring a range of configurable and customisable sizes and ratios from 219-in and 292-in 4K versions and 437-in and 583-in 8K versions. 

Flip 2 
Samsung Flip

The Samsung Flip 2 has been updated, featuring an improved design and new functions for collaboration, sharing and creative thinking. 

Samsung has partnered with Cisco Webex to bring Webex Teams and the Webex Roomkit Mini system to the Samsung Flip 2 display, with Webex on Flip being shown at the show. 

Webex on Flip allows users to transition between flipcharts, meetings, presentations and two-way whiteboarding, allowing users to join through the platform from remote locations to contribute and whiteboard on the respective displays simultaneously.


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