Samsung’s 55-Inch ‘The Frame’ TV Currently Just $997 [$500 Off]

If you are looking for a product that is a “TV when it’s on” and that looks like “art when it’s off,” then look no further. This stunning QLED 4K Smart TV is currently available with a massive discount applied, taking the price down to just $997.99.

Samsung has designed this television set to be a lot more than just a TV. It is minimalist-inspired and is intended to enhance any space. The Frame’s profile has been designed to be slimmer than earlier models and with a monochromatic back that is designed to provide beauty from every angle. When the TV is off, The Frame transforms to art by showing uploaded art from the owner or by using the Samsung Collection. It also comes with a suite of built-in sensors that automatically optimise the picture to the environment that the TV is placed within.

Owners can also purchase customizable frames that let The Frame change its style to be perfect for into the environment. From a hardware perspective, the TV set comes with intelligent 4K AI processing that is designed to optimize the picture and audio for a more immersive experience. It also comes with innovative 16-bit color mapping technology that brings dazzling color accuracy, detail and contrast. This really is an excellent TV set that will give an incredible experience when it’s on and that will look utterly stunning when it’s off.

Granted, being asked to part with close to $1,000 is still a hefty price tag but one that’s definitely worth it when this TV set usually sells for close to $1,500 on most days. If you are interested in this TV-come-wall-art, then you should know exactly what to do by now. Simply use the direct product link below. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve this price.

Buy: Samsung 55-Inch Class Frame Series from Amazon: $997.99 | Original price: $1,500

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