Samsung’s The Frame TV gets iconic moments from history via LIFE Picture Collection

Samsung’s The Frame TV is a breath of fresh air in a sea of ​​flat black tiles. Its picture frame design is quite different and enhances the look of the whole room. You can even display your favorite memories or artwork on the TV when it’s not in active use.

The company’s art store, which gives you access to popular artworks and paintings, now has a collection of some of history’s most iconic moments. Samsung has partnered with LIFE Picture Collection to bring a visual archive of the 20th century. From the latter’s collection of 10 million photographs, Samsung has carefully chosen 20 photos, including subjects ranging from surfers on the west coast of California to Pablo Picasso.

Samsung will continue to add more photographs from LIFE Picture Collection to the Art Store, which now has over 2,000 artworks, graphics, paintings and images. Over the past five years since the launch of The Frame TV, the South Korean company has partnered with various artists and museums to bring a massive art collection to owners of The Frame and other lifestyle TVs.

Features of Frame 2022

The latest iteration of The Frame TV features a 4K QLED panel with HDR10+, HLG, 500+ nits peak brightness, 120Hz refresh rate, VRR, FreeSync Premium Pro, ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) and a matte finish. It runs Tizen OS and has access to all audio and video streaming apps. It also includes Alexa, Bixby and Google Assistant. It also includes Samsung TV Plus and Google Duo video calling.

Connectivity features include AirPlay 2, Tap Sound, Tap View, Miracast screen mirroring, and SmartThings. Other TV features include Samsung Health, Multi View, Object Sound Tracking, Dolby Atmos, Q-Symphony, Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi Direct, Wireless DeX, Bluetooth 5.2, Dual Bluetooth Audio, Active Voice Amplifier, HDMI 2.1 with CEC and eARC and 40W speakers.

Samsung The Frame TV Studio Stand

The TV is pretty nifty and lights up the screen when you enter the room. When you leave the room, the screen turns off. It even has adaptive brightness and volume to counter changes in light and noise in the room. You can place the TV on the table, wall or floor (using a single stand).

Its frame can be customized to match the interior design of your home. You can even use the official rotating frame to rotate the TV and use it in portrait mode.

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