Samsung The Frame TV – Can Turn Your TV Into Painting

By Stephen Portell On 17 Jun, 2017 At 09:18 AM | Categorized As Consumer | With 0 Comment

Back in 2015, Samsung launched a 4K television, dubbed as the Samsung Serif TV. The aim behind to manufactured this TV is that it can blend with your furniture colors and design of your home and at the office as well. This effort made the TV looks more interesting and unique without loosing their main functionality.

Fast forward to 2017, the Samsung is back with another interesting and attractive television, touted as the Samsung The Frame TV, which looks like a painting on your wall, when not in use. The Frame TV will available for purchase on this Sunday.

Samsung The Frame TV

Samsung The Frame TV will come in two sizes either a 55-inch version or a larger 65-inch version. Along with the size variants, there is also an option of interchangeable bezel, so you can choose the bezel color and material. The bezel color included white, beige, and walnut shades of red wood.

But keep in mind, the company will take from you an extra charge for this option, $200 or $250, depending on the size of the TV. The company will be offering you to access 100 paintings and photographs from 37 artists and photographers. And there is also an option of Art Store, so you can purchase more artworks and painting, which you want.

“The Frame empowers you to think about TV in a new way, bringing art and entertainment into new parts of your home. This is how television transforms and becomes an essential part of your lifestyle,” said Dave Das, SVP Consumer Electronics Marketing for Samsung Electronics America.

As far as the specs are concerned, the newly announced television comes with the support for 4K HDR display. For the connectivity, it has four HDMI ports and three USB ports. And comes with all the standard features of Samsung Smart TV.

As I mentioned above, the Samsung The Frame TV will begin shipping on 18th June and will cost $1,999 for the 50-inch model and $2,799 for the larger 65-inch model.

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