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Samsung's Frame TV Gets a Makeover

by on July 02, 2018
in TVs & Video Players, News, Music and Video, Blog :: 0 comments

Samsung's Frame TV is designed to look like a framed a work of art when you're not using it to watch movies and shows. And today, it's easier than ever to find the perfect piece to complement your decor. 

Through the Samsung Art Store, Frame TV owners can choose from more than 800 works of art from museums and galleries, including Museo Del Prado, Saatchi Art, Artspace, YellowKorner and The New York Times. Browse by subject and filer by medium, including drawings, watercolors or photography. And if want a work that will match your color scheme, there's a new color matching mode. You can also upload your own photos. Once you've made your selections, you can have the TV rotate through your collection on a schedule you set. 

As a TV, the Frame TV models are all 4K Ultra HD sets with HDR10+. The new 2018 models, announced today, feature Samsung's new quick setup, which lets you transfer your WiFi and TV subscription credentials easily from your phone. They also support Samsung's voice assistant, Bixby, for voice control of the TV and finding content. You can also use your voice to control compatible smart lights, sound bars, video doorbells, door locks and more. 

The 2018 model Frame TV comes in 55 and 65 inches and goes on sale today. The 55-inch UN55LS03NAFXZA costs $1,999.99 (check price on Amazon) and the 65-inch UN65LS03NAFXZA costs $2,799.99 (check price on Amazon) on Samsung.com. The 2017 models are still available with the 43-inch UN43LS003AFXZA costing $1,299.99 (check price on Amazon), the 55-inch UN55LS003AFXZA costing $1,999.99 (check price on Amazon) and the 65-inch UN65LS003AFXZA costing $2,799.99 (check price on Amazon) on Samsung.com

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