The Fame of the Frame TV
Samsung first unveiled the Frame TV in Switzerland and Norway back in 2017. The rest of the world followed, and it has been advancing until this very day. It is designed to dawn artwork by transforming into the art itself. Three years ago, the TV sold in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, but it has come a long way since then. Here are all the details on the latest Samsung The Frame TV, just in case any of the other TVs worth buying this 2020 weren’t as eye-catching.
Revolutionary Frame Dimensions
The Frame TV dons all of the features like all standard Samsung smart TVs, just with an artistic twist. This year’s version was released with a greater variety of screen sizes, compared to its predecessor. The 2019 version debuted with 43”, 49”,55”, and 65” variations, while this year’s model added 32”,50”, and 75” TVs to choose from.
Since the Frame is a television first and foremost, it is not solely focused on Picture quality. It focuses on appearance too. The natural design and endless choices are what gave way to the Frame’s rise to stardom. Briefly glancing at the 2019 and 2020 model, one may not notice the differences. There is only a slight difference between the back of the TV and their panel. It showcases a more industrial design that is thinner than the 2019’s cylinder shape stand. Also, the Frame 2019 comes with a cover to hide the mounting hole (when the TV is put on the table), which the 2020 model lacks.
Despite the differences, both TVs have an admiral design. The base of the body is black polished metal and the border is attached magnetically. This is great because it gives customers the option to change the color of the borders to their liking. Depending on the interior of the room, frames come in colors like burgundy red, clay beige, brown, white, etc.
The Frame’s Art Mode
The Frame’s selling point is At Mode. Instead of the familiar black screen found on other models of Samsung TVs, this setting enables the TV to display paintings, other artwork, landscapes, or other photos while it is on standby. To make this happen, Samsung partnered with a bunch of big-name museums and galleries to bring hundreds of artworks to you. This way, the TV truly compliments whatever room it’s in, despite the interior.
Additionally, the TV can be set to Ambient mode when it is idle. Customizable color gradients, clock faces, real-time weather or news, and ambient animations are some of the possible things to try out displaying.
The Frame 2020 definitely has better performance in almost all aspects compared to the 2019 version. It comes with a built-in motion sensor that adjusts to whatever environment it is in for a more realistic display. The Quantum Dot Technology allows over a billion shades of color that are so realistic and does not wash out even with fluctuating levels of brightness. The Frame is perfect for those curating art pieces because they will be easily accessible, from the comfort of home. Add beauty to your space with this home-décor focused piece of technology.