Announced a year ago, the original Samsung The Frame took one of the TV-maker's flat-screen panels and dressed it in a surround you'd most typically associate with a work of art, then added the ability to show actual artwork while the set was not in use. The new model also packs all the smart features found in Samsung's 2018 premium TV lineup. Both 55- and 65-inch models coming to electronics retailers later this month.
The Frame TV 2018 also offers a series of flagship features you'd associate with Samsung's high-end sets. These include seamless setup using your Galaxy smartphone, Bixby integration, and smart home features, etc.
"You can travel the world and still be hard-pressed to discover all of the art that is now available on The Frame". This way, when you're not on a Netflix binge, you can imagine yourself a discerning collector of art or simply using some interesting visual patterns to liven up the room. It's priced at $4.99 per month, after a month's free trial.
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Those displays aren't just a set of photos that cycle through, Samsung insists. The new Frame TV is equipped with sensors to automatically adjust the screen brightness in Art Mode depending on the ambient light in the room. You can find art and photography to display on it by visiting the Samsung Art Store, where a $5-a-month subscription lets you access art that ranges from photography to works from master painters.
On the design front, the Frame TV 2018 comes with four customizable bezels of different colors - black, white, walnut and beige wood - that users can swap via magnets to match the interiors of the room. Power and data are delivered by a single, slim and translucent cable, which Samsung calls One Invisible Connection: that's easier to hide on the wall, and hooks into a separate box which has all the inputs and other ports.
The Frame 2018 is available from today in your choice of 55-inch or 65-inch sizes priced at $1,999 and $2,799, respectively.