Elegance, strong picture quality, and crisp sound. What do all three of these qualities have in common? One thing is that they are all aspects of the Samsung Frame TV. Originally released in 2019, the Samsung Frame has seen constant quality improvements to its line of Frame televisions. Consistent software updates keep the Samsung Frame at its peak performance. A newly added QLED panel and the addition of more size options makes the frame able to fit into any sized space.
The Samsung Frame TV is very different in design from what the South Korean tech giant usually specializes in. If you have any questions, please click in the comments below as I am here to review them in a few days. Read on for our Samsung Frame 2020 review, where we cover the sound and picture quality you will find when you purchase the latest version of the Samsung Frame.
The Samsung Frame has many features that make it stand out from other QLED (OLED) display TVs. In addition to its good looks, the Samsung Frame TV is a smart TV, so you can download and customize apps, which means you don't have to plug in any other devices. Sound quality on the newest model of the Frame has also been improved with the option to purchase the model with an additional sound bar.
The Samsung Frame is perfect for anyone looking to create a look in their living room without having a massive television as the focal point. The Frame can camouflage itself by turning itself into a piece of art when not in use. Fully customizable color and image options make the design opportunities endless for the Frame. The Samsung Frame is a great choice for anyone looking for a quality TV that makes for a statement piece in any home.
The Samsung Frame 2019 and 2020 both have poor lateral viewing angles, typical for LED TVs with VA panels. The viewing angle of the Frame 2020 is slightly better than that of its predecessor. With a newly added QLED frame, the viewing angles were greatly improved compared to last year's version.
The Samsung Frame also features a gaming mode that is designed to minimize input delay by reducing image processing, which does degrade quality a bit, but not to the point where most users will bother. The Samsung Frame 2020 has the same resolution as its older sister model, with a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 60 frames per second.
The Samsung Frame TV also offers a self-diagnostic menu that allows the TV to check for image, sound and signal problems. The Samsung TV has a moving display and a built-in brightness sensor that ensures that the images are always visible from their best side.
The Samsung Frame TV offers a classy looking design that blends into its surroundings and can look like a beautiful work of art. Now you can insert it into the background and when not in use, it looks like any other painting or picture. This feature is not found on any other model in the Samsung TV lineup.