Samsung’s Updated ‘The Frame’ TV Is More Tailored to Digital Art

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Samsung sold a whopping one million sets of its design-centric The Frame television this past year, filling a plethora of homes with entertainment and art galore. With the stroke of midnight and shift of the calendar, the brand now looks to modernize your home even further with their latest rendition of the high-selling TV. The updated version of The Frame boasts new features and an anti-glare display that truly transforms any living room into an art installation.

Utilizing a low-reflection panel technology and stylishly embossed Matte Display, this year’s version of The Frame is smudge-resistant, allowing no potential fingerprints to interrupt your adherence to the arts. The new TV comes in a range of sizes from 32″ to 85″, offering some versatility in terms of how big a statement you’re looking to make. Samsung’s wide line of Smart TVs has become a household mainstay, and they’ve now entirely upgraded its hub to make the most out of your experience. The South Korean gadgeteers’ latest Smart Hub offers a Gaming Hub with an extensive library, a Watch Together app for the sake of video chatting while streaming, Smart Calibration to optimize your viewing experience, and an NFT Platform that will allow you to purchase and trade digital art, with The Frame giving you a prime spot to display your trendy non-fungible tokens.

While The Frame TV’s new capabilities will garner the majority of headlines, the remainder of Samsung’s new televisions offer impressive qualities themselves, as their upgraded MICRO LED and Neo QLED boast new features and sizes for 2022. It’s clear that Samsung has got their eyes on the future with The Frame and their re-vamped Smart Hub, and we’re simply sitting patient for pricing and release information for this literal work of art.

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