Based on the illustrations in the patent filing (which you can see more of here), Samsung’s rollable phone concept takes advantage of flexible display technology to create a device at first looks like a traditional smartphone but has a screen that can be extended using sliding mechanism by at least 60 percent.
The Samsung Wall Luxury measures just 30mm thick – but spans an incredible 292 inches from corner to corner.In fact, it's named "Wall" because it's effectively supposed to replace a large chunk of your wall, turning it into a telly.Samsung said it created the mega-telly based on "research into the lifestyles" of the super-rich...."The Wall is designed to never turn off and can change into a digital canvas best matching the owner's interior needs and mood," Samsung explained.That's why Samsung has included an Ambient Mode for when the TV screen is not in use.This will display a variety of "curated art", including paintings, photographs and video art, as well as customisable pictures with digital frames.
This fits neatly with my prediction that wall-sized TVs of at least 8K resolution will be common in middle-class households starting in the 2030s. They could also replace light fixtures by just displaying white, glowing screens, and could also be used to make "virtual reality chambers."
I think it would be cool to have the walls of my house's primary rooms covered in screen wallpaper and studded with small audio speakers so I could play full surround video footage from interesting places, like a Paris cafe, Chinese night market, cozy comedy club, or a nice beach. It would be great ambient noise and footage that you could have in the background while doing chores, reading, or whatever else in your house.