TV when on, artwork when off.
Slovakia is the second country since September to launch Samsung's Lifestyle TV The Frame, which has two forms. When it's on, it's a standard TV; when turned off, it turns into an image. It offers unconventional design combined with QLED quality. Samsung The Frame has been available in the Slovak market since September 16 at recommended prices of € 999 (43 & # 39; diagonal), € 1,199 (49 & # 39; diagonal), € 1,399 (55 & # 39; & # 39; diagonals) & $ 1,799 (65 & # 39; diagonal). Additionally, if you purchase The Frame by December 31, 2019, you will receive a replaceable box worth up to € 129 and a four-month subscription to the Art Store app for free.
Frame is one of Samsung's prominent lifestyle TV series. It goes beyond the concept of traditional TVs and becomes a design decoration of the interior and at the same time two devices in one. The frame will enhance the look of any living space.
The frame offers superior QLED image quality that can display higher contrast, deeper and darker blacks, cover 100% color space at any brightness level, and not suffer image capture like other technologies. With these enhancements, users can enjoy the highest quality content and enjoy artwork when the TV is off.
Image as in gallery
The new The Frame TV is different from other models at first glance. The display frame is a real frame structure that is used to frame the images and is also interchangeable. Customers can choose from four color decors – brown, beige, white and black. The price of the removable frame is 99 euros for 43 and 49 inches and 129 euros for 55 and 65 inches. If you get one of the colors, you can replace it with another. The whole replacement takes only a few seconds.
In order not to spoil the impression of such a screen, the Frame comes standard with a wall mount and connects with just one, almost invisible One Invisible Connection cable, which in addition to the content brings the power of the TV. The frame can also be mounted on a separate study rackwhich resembles a cane on a canvas like in a real gallery.
Not just for TV fans
If Frame is not currently used to watch television or movies, it will be displayed v Art mode the perfect photo reproduction of paintings or art photos to transform a living space into an art gallery. The frame brightness sensor lets you adjust the color to match the room illumination for optimal viewing of artwork on your TV screen. It is also possible to specify how long the images should be displayed if there is no one in the room, which the motion sensor cares about.
Box owners have a choice of seven options for displaying their photos and ten color wallpapers. They can have a maximum of three photos on one screen or one divided into three parts such as a triptych, panorama or mix.
In addition, The Frame (Art Store) builds on partnerships with the world's most prestigious galleries and museums, making more than 1,000 works of art available. The Art Store app has added masterpieces from the Uffizi Gallery in Italy, the Vincent Van Gogh Museum in the Netherlands, the Te Papa Museum in New Zealand, the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts and the Royal Collection of Great Britain. In the future, Samsung will continue to partner with museums to strengthen its ecosystem of art distribution.
The Art Store trial is free for the first 31 days after activation. After the rehearsal, the price is € 5.99 per month. However, new customers can get an additional 3 months for free when downloading Samsung Promotion. Individual works of art can be purchased separately for € 23.99.
The frame also supports Bixby's voice assistant, developed by Samsung as an artificial intelligence platform for voice control, which turns this model into a truly intelligent TV. With Bixby, you can control your TV and access video streaming platforms with simple voice commands, giving users a better viewing experience.
For more information on The Frame, visit: https://www.samsung.com/en/tvs/the-frame/highlights/. A studio stand is available at an additional cost.