Samsung The Frame TV

Samsung The Frame TV Review: Have Your Own Art Gallery and Home TV Combined Into One Piece of Decor

There is no doubt that Samsung is creative with its electronics, and here we have a TV that can hang on the wall like a frame and present actual art. It doubles between a real television and large frame, displaying art whenever you’re not watching any movies, television, videos, or video game content. You can also set up the Samsung The Frame TV with a studio stand.

No need to worry about messy cables getting in the way, either. The “One Invisible Connection” keeps the focus on the frame. A single cable runs into the “One Connect Box” to connect all devices below the TV without any tangles.

Installing the Frame TV is an easy process, as there is a “No Gap Wall-Mount” that keeps it flush against the wall – making it look like actual art. As for art, there are 1,200+ piece choices. You can change the artwork every day if you want, to suit your mood and set the atmosphere. Since there is so much versatility in the 1,200+ pieces of art, it’s easy to find images that match the rest of the room’s decor.

Is there an artist in the family? Upload and exhibit their photography or even a family portrait onto the Samsung The Frame TV via USB flash drive or smartphone. After a while, the technology’s intuitiveness learns your style and taste. It will begin presenting recommendations that might suit your aesthetic.

Samsung The Frame TV Quantum Dot Technology

It is powered by Quantum dots, meaning that this 4K QLED TV offers around a billion shades of color and 100% color volume. The quantum processor (4K) is programmed to instantly adapt to the content and up-scales the viewing for sharper detail and a more refined color. The Adaptive Picture technology will provide you with the ideal level of brightness and contrast. It detects in what kind of lighting environment the TV / Frame stands.

The original 2018 model came with three size choices, but the newer, updated 2019 model introduces two new size choices. Go with the 2019 Samsung The Frame TV if you want 32-inches or 75-inches. The construction includes a thick, metallic casing to give the appearance of an actual picture frame.

The display technology is LED, and there are a variety of connections, including HDMI, USB, Ethernet, Bluetooth, and Wireless. Once again, you can hide the cables in the One Connect Box.

Is Samsung The Frame TV right for you? It is if you want a surprisingly reasonably-priced 4K TV combined with amazing art pieces – all in one.

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