03 January 2020
UPDATE (January 1st, 2020):
A German publication 4KFilme has published a couple of images that it claims to be of Samsung's Zero Bezel TV. If true, the TV does have bezels but they are barely noticeable except for the bottom one. The report says that it is an 8K QLED TV with a model number either Q900T or Q950T. It does not offer details about the pricing but it is safe to say these TVs will cost a premium and will surely be a luxury item. Samsung is said to market these TVs with the tagline: "Experience the power of a future across all borders".
Original (December 31st, 2019)
Samsung is one of the best at making a number of products and TVs are one of them. It is considered to be among the pioneers of the TV industry as it keeps coming with new innovations. It unveiled a massive 292-inch 8K The Wall Luxury TV earlier this but is now set to raise the bar to a whole new level. A report from Korean publication The Elec cites industry sources to claim that Samsung will unveil Zero Bezel TVs at CES 2020.
As you might be thinking, these new Samsung TVs are said to be without any bezels and truly bezel-less. The sources have revealed that these Zero Bezel TVs have received "two-thumbs up" from Kim Hyun-Seok, Head of consumer electronics business at Samsung, and other top executives.
The report adds that Samsung has "chose to more closely weld together the display panel and the main body" to achieve the truly bezel-less design. The new design is currently applicable only for TV model size 65-inches or higher. If you are thinking that this is nothing but a concept, the same sources have shared that Samsung is planning to begin mass production from February 2020. It means Samsung is satisfied with the technology and is ready for commercial release on a large scale.
Interestingly, Samsung has posted a teaser video clip about its CES 2020 keynote that will be held on January 6th. It is just one day before the CES 2020 officially begins. The clip does not reveal much but shows the tagline "Age of Experience" along with an outline that resembles a TV set. It is worth mentioning that Samsung had already trademarked the "Zero Bezel" brand name earlier this year.