It’s official: Your TV isn’t as big as Samsung’s “The Wall” television.

Unless you own a movie theater, perhaps? But you probably don’t.

This hulking, 146-inch TV isn’t just huge — it’s also sporting a fancy display technology known as “micro LED,” which Samsung says is at the heart of “the screen of the future.”

So, what’s the big deal? Here’s what we know.

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At 146-inches, it’s absolutely, ridiculously, huge.

Samsung isn’t calling this thing “The Wall” for nothing. At 146-inches, it’s more than double the size of most home sets. As someone who recently purchased a 55-inch television, I have a hard time fathoming how much larger a 146-inch TV is.

The image above, released by Samsung, doesn’t really do justice to the size of this screen. It’s literally a whole wall.

More than just super big, Samsung’s “The Wall” TV is a showcase for a new type of display tech from the South Korean company, which it calls “modular, MicroLED” technology.

“Modular, MicroLED” sounds like a bunch of nonsense jargon, right? It’s pretty much exactly that. Here’s a simple breakdown of these new buzzwords:

MicroLED, in the case of this TV, means, according to Samsung: “It is a self-emitting TV with micrometer-scale LEDs — which are much smaller than current LEDs, and serve as their own source of light.”

What that means for the average human being is that the TV doesn’t need a backlight.

In terms of the TV being “modular,” that means anyone buying “The Wall” can customize it.

“The screen can adapt to serve different purposes,” says Samsung, “such as creating a wall-size display for multiple spaces.”

Put more simply, “modular” means that you could customize this set to be even larger (or smaller) than 146 inches. For Read More Here