Samsung Electronics announced its first exclusive launch of The Frame TV and will begin the global roll out, starting in Switzerland and Norway, then expanding to other global markets next week, including Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, the United States and Korea. The launch event will be hosted at a museum or a gallery in each country, to highlight the TV’s artistic design and features.
The Frame’s line-up is set to include 55-inch and 65-inch models and offer an Art Mode feature, which allows the TV’s screen to display exclusive works of art ranging from paintings to images from personal photo libraries. When powered on, The Frame offers UHD picture quality and when powered off, The Frame becomes a customizable work of art.
Equipped with customizable frame options, The Frame can enhance the ambiance and décor of any room with multiple frame options including Walnut, Oak and White. The Frame utilizes a brightness sensor to seamlessly adjust to ambient lighting and blend into the interior. And the motion sensor detects people’s movement, turning The Frame into power-saving mode when there is no one in the room and turning it back on when someone enters. Finally, with Samsung’s No Gap Wall-mount and Invisible Connection, The Frame can be mounted on the wall just like a picture frame or painting without messy cables, making it a complete package for the living space.
“Design starts with people – their lifestyle, tastes and aspiration define design,” said Sangdo Lee, Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “Within the living space, we know that technology is very personal. We created The Frame to provide consumers with a TV that beautifies their space and lives in perfect harmony with their interior décor.”