Samsung showcases 2022 The Frame wall-mounted TV

Samsung’s The Frame wall-mounted TV has been launched for several years, focusing on artwork display. At this year's CES 2022, Samsung brought us the latest The Frame.

According to Samsung, 2022 The Frame wall TV is equipped with a matte, anti-reflective display , and has a "lifelike" texture that feels like canvas or paper.

The anti-reflective display is one of the big improvements. The Frame can match the white balance and brightness of the artwork according to the ambient lighting in the room, but the screen glare can make people "play".

From the official comparison chart, we can see that the 2022 model looks more like a work of art than the 2021 model.

In addition, the Samsung Art Store will provide more than 1,600 works, and users of The Frame can enjoy a brand new and more refined user experience in 2022.

2022 The Frame will be available in seven different sizes, starting with a small 32-inch screen and ending with a large 85-inch screen. As for the technical specifications of the TV itself, it sounds similar to last year: it provides 4K HDR images with an extended quantum dot palette, 120Hz variable refresh rate, but lacks high-end TV functions such as full-array local dimming, and still lacks Dolby Vision.

The pricing, release information and more detailed technical specifications of the 2022 The Frame series should be made public in the coming months.

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