In the ever-evolving world of technology, Samsung has once again positioned itself at the forefront with its innovative product, The Samsung Frame TV.  Samsung Frame TV is an ingenious piece of technology that not only serves as a high-performance television but also doubles as an art piece when not in use, seamlessly blending into your home’s interior design.

The Main Purposes of Samsung Frame TV

  1. High-Quality Viewing Experience: At its core, the Samsung Frame TV is a high-performance television. It offers 4K UHD resolution, HDR10+ support, and Quantum Dot technology, ensuring viewers get to experience crystal clear images with excellent color accuracy.
  2. Art Display: When not in use as television, the Frame TV can switch to Art Mode. In this mode, the TV displays pieces of art or personal photos, effectively transforming from an entertainment device into a digital canvas. This feature adds an aesthetic value to your space, enhancing the overall interior design.
  3. Customizable Decor Element: The Samsung Frame TV allows users to change the frame to match their interior design. These frames come in different colors and styles and can be attached or detached easily due to their magnetic nature. Thus, the TV can fit into any decor style, from modern to traditional.
  4. Space-Saving Design: Utilizing its inventive no-gap wall mount, Frame TV mounts perfectly against the wall, mimicking the look of a genuine picture frame. This design not only adds to its aesthetic appeal but also saves space, making it ideal for small apartments or rooms.
  5. Smart Home Integration: The Frame TV comes equipped with smart features, including voice control compatibility with Bixby, Alexa, and Google Assistant. This allows users to control the TV using voice commands, making it a part of the connected smart home ecosystem.
  6. Access to Streaming Services: Like other smart TVs, the frame TV provides access to various streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and more. This ensures users have a wide range of content to choose from, enhancing their entertainment experience.

Features and Technology

  1. Art Mode: One of the standout features of the frame TV is its Art Mode. When not in use, the TV can display artworks or personal photos, transforming into a piece of art that enhances the aesthetics of your living space. This means that the TV begins to display pieces of art or personal photographs, effectively transforming itself into an art piece through the following ways:
  • Art Store: The Frame TV comes with an Art Store subscription service that allows you to choose from over 1,200 pieces of artwork from world-renowned institutions like the Albertina Museum, Saatchi Art, and Prado Museum, among others. You can select art pieces based on your mood, the color scheme of your room, or your personal taste.
  • Personal Photos: In addition to displaying professional artwork, the Frame TV also allows you to upload and display your personal photos via Samsung’s SmartThings app. This means you can showcase your family photos, vacation pictures, or even your own artwork.
  • Customizable Presentation: The Frame TV provides various options for presenting your selected artwork or photos. You can adjust the layout and color of the matte, which is the border around the artwork, to match your decor or the specific art piece.
  • Brightness Sensor: The Frame TV includes a brightness sensor that adjusts the screen brightness based on the ambient light in the room. This ensures that the artwork always appears natural and doesn’t look like it’s being displayed on a screen.

  1. Customizable Frames: The Frame TV allows users to customize their TV with magnetic bezels that come in different colors like beige (now called teak), brown, white, and black. This feature enables the TV to blend seamlessly with any interior design.
  2. QLED Display: The Frame TV boasts a QLED display that delivers stunning picture quality. The TV includes dual LED backlighting technology that offers authentic colors and crisp imagery in every picture mode.
  3. Matte Display: The Frame’s QLED technology comes with a Matte Display that is free from light reflection, providing a realistic picture quality even in bright rooms.
  4. Eco Remote: The Frame TV introduces a first-of-its-kind innovative Eco Remote that does away with batteries. This Solar Cell Remote is powered by indoor light, reducing the need for disposable batteries.
  5. Multi View: The Frame TV offers a customizable multi-screen experience through its Multi View feature. This allows users to split their TV screen and view multiple content simultaneously.
  6. Motion Detector: The Frame TV has a unique feature where it can remain “off” while still displaying art on the screen through its motion detector. This ensures that the art display is energy-efficient.
  7. Dolby Atmos Technology: For the first time, the Frame TV supports Dolby Atmos technology. This feature, combined with dedicated up-firing speakers, brings truly cinematic surround sound to your home.

Installation and Mounting

  1. Attach TV Hanging Brackets: The first step involves attaching the TV hanging brackets to the back of the Frame TV.
  2. Placement of Template: Tape the provided template on the wall where you intend to hang the TV. This helps in ensuring that the TV is mounted in the right position.
  3. Mount the Frame TV: With the mounting brackets in place on the TV, carefully lift the Frame TV and align it with the mounting bracket on the wall.
  4. Cord and Box Management: To keep the setup neat, hiding the cords and box is essential. You can do this by feeding the cables through a wall or using a cord cover.
  5. Install the Deco TV Frame (Optional): If you are using a Deco TV frame with your Samsung Frame TV, you can easily install it within a few minutes.
  6. Setting Up the No Gap Wall-Mount: For a flush finish, the Samsung Frame TV comes with a no-gap wall mount. Measure your space, mark your height, and locate optical feed placements. Then, feed your optical cable for a clean, gapless setup.
  7. Setting Up the TV: Once the physical installation is complete, you can then proceed to set up the TV software, connect it to your Wi-Fi, and personalize your settings.