Samsung to launch frame tv 2020

Samsung is set to launch a new range of its designer TV model, Frame TV. The Frame TV 2020 will be Flipkart exclusive. Interested customers can sign up for updates on the upcoming Samsung TV by clicking on ‘Notify Me’ tab on the website. The official launch is likely to take place later this month. For the first time, Frame TV will come in three screen sizes. One key highlight of the TV is said to be Active Voice Amplifier. The technology will help the TV sense surrounding sound in real-time to adjust volume and clarity so that viewers can hear sound clearly even when there’s noise around.

The upcoming edition of Frame TV will succeed with a 55-inch Frame TV that Samsung launched in August 2019. It comes with a 55-inch QLED display and an Art Mode that turns it into Frame displaying over 1,000 artworks. The device comes with 100% colour volume. Equipped with motion and brightness sensors, the Frame TV is said to detect your presence and turn the TV display into artwork. Also, using the ambient light, the brightness sensor is said to automatically balance the screen brightness and colour tone for natural illumination.

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The Frame TV is Designed to be wall mounted, Samsung partners with galleries and collections across the globe to bring famous works of art to its The Frame TVs as a catalogue of screensavers. When in standby mode, they’re displayed instead of a black empty screen, and suddenly your TV is acting as an artwork as well as a gadget.

Price and availability

The Frame TV comes in a total of six sizes. It initially launches in 43-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch sizes, going on to add a 49-inch size in 2019. In 2020 The Frame will also get releases in a tidy 32-inch size, as well as a larger 75-inch model. The new sizes haven’t received official pricing yet, though you can expect to pay £999 (or $1,099 / AU$1,495) for the 43-inch model and up to £1,999 ($1,899 / AU$2,995) for the 65-inch edition. To take advantage of the library of artworks that power the TV’s Art Mode, you’ll also need to cough up for a $4.99 a month subscription.

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