Samsung to Debut World’s First “Zero-Bezel” TV at CES 2020

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Samsung is planning to introduce a premium, bezel-less TV at CES 2020.

There are quite a few TVs out there that claim to be bezel-less, but Samsung engineers say this the first true “zero-bezel” display.

The design was presumably achieved through a new technique allowing for the panel and body to be tightly weld together.

This bezel-less design will only grace Samsung TVs that are 65 inches and larger, however.

During an internal meeting ahead of the launch, CE chief Kim Hyun-seok XX and other executives gave the product a two-thumbs up, the sources said. Samsung plans to mass produce the TV beginning February, indicating that it’s more than a superficial technology.


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