Samsung and LG will participate in the CES 2022 offline event, which will be held in Las Vegas early next year. Two companies previously went online this year due to COVID-19, however, they will be displaying their own booths to showcase their cutting edge technology next year.
Samsung and LG announced on the 16th that they will participate in CES 2022 from January 5-8 next year. Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics will participate in the CES offline event after two years since 2019.
The event’s organizer, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) in the United States, recently posted on its website that “CES will be back in Las Vegas next year,” and hinted at the offline event. “About 1,000 companies have promised to showcase their innovative technologies at CES next year,” the CTA said. ‘More companies still want to participate.’
Other than these two companies, Hyundai Motor has confirmed its participation between the Korean companies. Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics plan to showcase several new technologies including television, new home appliances, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics in Las Vegas next year.
International companies such as Amazon, AMD, AT&T, Google, Qualcomm, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, Panasonic, Sony and Daimler AG also announced that they intend to participate in the event.
Industries expects Samsung to unveil its next generation QD TV at CES 2022. Samsung previously showcased its micro LED display and Neo QLED TV at the previous event this year. Samsung Display, which produces QD panels, plans to offer prototype panels to customers starting this month, and will start producing panels in the fourth quarter (October-December) of this year.
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