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Samsung, LG battle over displays, smart homes at Las Vegas electronics show

South Korean companies compete to win standards of future technology at annual CES event

Visitors enjoy Samsung Electronics' home appliances with artificial intelligent technology at CES in Las Vegas on Wednesday. (Photo by Kim Jaewon)

LAS VEGAS, U.S. -- South Korea's two leading technology companies battled over their television displays and smart-home systems at this year's CES, the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, continuing their war over which one will win standards of next-generation TVs and home appliances.

Samsung Electronics unveiled a 146-inch modular TV called "The Wall," which features self-emitting MicroLED technology. The company said the technology delivers high definition, without restrictions to size, resolution or form, thanks to micrometer scale LEDs that serve as their own source of light.

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