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Samsung The Frame TV priced in the Philippines




Samsung launches a lifestyle QLED TV that turns a blank space into an art gallery.

Dubbed as Samsung The Frame TV, it comes with an Art Mode which features licensed classic and contemporary artworks around the globe. A full subscription to the Art Store provides unlimited access from 36 top art museums and galleries such as Royal Collection Trust, Art Space, Saatchi Art, and Lumas.

There’s also the Auto Curation for art recommendations and My Collection for uploading the user’s photos and adding them to the TV’s display through a compatible smartphone or a flash drive.

Samsung’s latest QLED smart TV boasts up to 65-inch display with 4K resolution and features Quantum Dot technology for and Dual LED technology for presenting clear and more detailed subjects.

Available in three variants, its premium 65-inch and 55-inch variants automatically adjust the display’s brightness and contrast through Adaptive Picture. Both also feature Active Voice Amplifiers for optimizing audio quality, Multi-View for streaming up to two digital content, and Mobile Mirroring via SmartThings app for Android and Apple AirPlay 2 for Apple devices.

Meanwhile, the 32-inch base model has Samsung Bixby for hands-free controls and support for One Remote Control and the SmartThings App which controls and grants access to the smart TV and connected devices.

It comes with interchangeable accessories such as no-gap wall mount, interchangeable and magnetic frames in either brown, beige, black, and white; and studio stand.

All models of the Samsung The Frame TV are now available in Samsung’s authorized dealer stores. Meanwhile, its accessories are on sale through the Samsung online store.

Prices are as follows:

• Samsung The Frame TV 65-inch – PHP 109,999
• Samsung The Frame TV 55-inch – PHP 79,999
• Samsung The Frame TV 32-inch – PHP 31,999

Those who will purchase may redeem free magnetic frames of their choice on the Samsung Redemption website.



Jewel is a Multimedia Producer for YugaTech. She's a writer by day and a cinephile by night.

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