Samsung’s beautiful new TV doubles as a square of art — here’s how it looks in person

June 27, 2017 - photo frame

Moving a goalposts for high-end TVs

Moving a goalposts for high-end TVsA side perspective of a Frame TV. It’s distant from a thinnest TV, though it’s not outrageous either.Jeff Dunn/Business Insider

If it wasn’t already obvious, a Frame TV isn’t for everyone, from both a cost and purpose standpoint. But within a context of reward TVs, it is an engaging value proposition. Instead of chasing a comprehensive best facilities and design quality, Samsung is offered an aesthetic. It’s not a initial association to try that, though comparatively speaking, it means a Frame is immediately differentiated from roughly anything else out there.

Samsung says it skeleton to make a Frame some-more widely accessible than a Serif, that was focused during museums, high-end seat stores, and a like. Its wish is that positioning a TV as a square of taste as most as a technical commodity will not usually inspire people to wish a TV in places over a vital room, though assistance the interest with cord-cutters, too.

“We’re perplexing to, hopefully, emanate something that can interest to those who think, ‘Oh, we don’t need a TV,’ since they have their phone or tablet,” Samsung orator Jeff Castaneda said. “If we have a TV that can raise their vital environment, afterwards they’ll say, ‘Wait a minute, that’s unequivocally appreciative to me.’”

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