Samsung’s “Frame TV” 2020 line-up set to arrive in India by next week

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Samsung’s shiny art-inspired Frame TV recently got a facelift for 2020 and it is set to arrive in India by next week. The Frame TV will be exclusively sold on e-commerce portal Flipkart and the teaser for the same recently went live on the website. To bring our readers up to speed, Samsung first introduced the Frame TVs in India in late 2019 during Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale. 

Samsung The Frame TV – What to expect? 

Last year, Samsung unveiled the Frame TV in a single 55-inch variant and the set carried a price tag of Rs 84,990. As per the reports, the company is all set to introduce the Frame in three different sizes this year, a decision that could sway more buyers to Samsung’s doorsteps. 

The Samsung Frame TV makes use of QLED technology, the likes of which you might’ve seen on OnePlus’ latest TVs as well. That being said, Samsung’s “Frame” is a piece of art (pun intended) as the TV set allows buyers to display the artwork of more than hundreds of artists when it is not being used. 

Samsung The Frame

The Samsung Frame comes with support for as many as 1200 original artworks and we reckon the brand will only add to the number. Some other noteworthy features of the Frame TV include a 120Hz refresh rate and a Quantum Dot technology-enabled display. Additionally, the set supports dual voice assistants (Bixby and Google Assistant), for voice-based commands including, but not limited to changing the channels, adjusting the volume, and more. 

Would you be interested in hanging “The Frame” on your wall at home? Let us know in the comment section below. Also, stay tuned to the Mr. Phone as Samsung will reveal the pricing of the Frame’s 2020 models soon.

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