Samsung has experienced difficulties in producing Microsoft TVs — bits of pixels appear even in exhibition models

Samsung has experienced difficulties in producing Microsoft TVs — bits of pixels appear even in exhi

Last year, Samsung released a 110-inch television using Microsoft technology, which involves the placement of a host of tiny LEDs all over the panel area. This approach should have been of higher quality than the models already available on the market with traditional lighting, but so far, Microsoft television performance has led to the criticism of experts.

According to a South Korean edition of Business Korea, Microsoft TV Samsung costs almost $129,000, and sales are very low. Meanwhile, more and more defects are being detected, even showing models in shops and shows.

According to the source, research companies believe that the new ones are not actually sold yet. For example, Omdia reports that the supply of microLED television panels is less than 1,000 this year, while the supply of LCD and OLD television panels is 250 million and 10 million copies, respectively. Most of the thousands of panels appear to be being distributed as demonstration models and the level of supply for commercial sales itself is close to zero.

However, according to the media, one of the television sets located in the flagship shop Samsung 837 in New York City has defective pixels. Some models with flaws are also found in South Korea. According to Business Korea, Samsung Electronics does not expand the Microsoft television line due to technical complexity. It was reported at the beginning of the year that Samsung intends to expand the line, but the release of new Microsoft models was later postponed for an indefinite period.