Samsung The Frame

Samsung The Frame received

06 Oct 2017 | Torben Rasmussen |

We have received Samsungs "The Frame", which is designet to look like a painting and act as a digital photo frame instead of being turned off.

Samsung The Frame received

The Frame hangs on the wall as a picture frame by using Samsung’s “invisible” cable connection and “no gap” wall-mount. The Frame shares a lot of the features also found on the Q-series such as the full One Connect box and the flush wall mount.

More about "The Frame" here.

Samsung The Frame TV


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The Frame is available in 65” and 55” sizes priced at $2,799 and $1,999, respectively. Optional bezels are available in white, beige and walnut shades of real wood for $200 / $250 dollars. The TVs are available now in the US from retailers such as Amazon.com and across Europe at select retailers.

We have the 65" mounted on the optional "Studio Stand".



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