Samsung’s Frame TV to start at $2000

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Back at the CES this year, Samsung further showcased its innovation with the showing off of The Frame TV which is made to resemble a piece of artwork on your wall. Although it was showcased earlier this year, it is only now that Samsung has made it available for purchase.

The Frame’s starting price will be of $1,999, which is the asking price for the 55-inch version. The bigger version, that of the 65-inch version will be made available for $2,799. The good thing for customers is the fact that each frame may customize according to their desire. The bezel color, amongst other things, might be subject to change, however, this will also come at a price, of an extra $200, or $250, depending on the size and nature of the TV.

Access to 100 paintings and photographs from 37 artists will be made available to cycle through, to want to have the proper frame experience, or perhaps when you just don’t want to watch TV.

Enough about the design and the price, let’s talk about the specs. The Frame is a 4K HDR TV, bringing four HDMI ports, three USB ports to the table, while also supporting all of the standard Samsung smart TV features. The Frame TV will be made available on the 18th of June, and you can purchase it from samsung.com

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