When it comes to aesthetically pleasing TVs, it’s hard to find one that beats Samsung’s The Frame. It’s as much a piece of art as it is a finely tuned piece of tech. There’s a new Frame for 2022, which Samsung showed off at CES 2022, and it looks even better than before.
In a press release, Samsung says The Frame “incorporates the premium, innovative features that Samsung QLED TV users expect, including a quantum dot display that brings more than a billion colors to life with incredible accuracy—for true-to-life viewing with every scene.”
One of the most significant changes between this year’s Frame and the previous version is the inclusion of a new matte, anti-reflective display, which will let you get a fantastic viewing experience regardless of the light situation. Samsung says, “With the new Frame, you can showcase your favorite art at museum-level quality—even in bright rooms, and with a lifelike paper and canvas texture.”
Samsung also showed off a new Art Store UX. According to Samsung, it “makes it easy to find art you love and curates recommendations for new favorites based on your tastes and what’s popular with users worldwide.”
As far as specs go, Samsung kept them pretty similar to last year’s model. It has a 4K HDR picture and 120Hz 4K gaming support. It’s not going to rival the newly announced Neo QLED displays, but if you’re buying this TV, the picture quality is probably not the most essential feature, as you’re also looking for style.
The new Frame TV is available in sizes ranging from 32″ to 85″, so there’s probably a model that’ll work for the space you want it in. Of course, these won’t be cheap TVs. However, Samsung didn’t announce a final release date or price for the 2022 version of The Frame. A 65″ Frame last year sold for $1,999, and we wouldn’t expect this year’s models to be cheaper.
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