Samsung showed off The Frame, a TV made to resemble a piece of artwork on your wall, back at CES this year, and now it’s finally making it available to purchase. The Frame will start at $1,999 for the 55-inch version, while the 65-inch model will retail for $2,799.
Each Frame can be customized, as Samsung will allow customers to choose the bezel color and material, among other things, for an extra $200 or $250, depending on the size of the TV. Customers will also have access to 100 paintings and photographs from 37 artists and photographers to cycle through when they aren’t watching TV, and access to an Art Store to purchase more artwork.
As for the specs of the TV, Samsung still hasn’t said anything, so we won’t even know if it’s 4K until it becomes available on Samsung’s website on June 18th. Until then, clear a spot on your wall, just in case.america latina, caribbean, caribe, EMPRESAS, Frame TV, globalmediait, internet, latam, latinoamerica, miami, news, samsung, Samsung’s, Samsung’s Frame TV, technology, technology news, technology news caribbean