Samsung launches “The Frame” and QLED TV range

Samsung frame TV installed above fireplace in living room

Samsung presented its latest QLED TVs and “The Frame” at a launch event in Paris this week.

Samsung’s QLED TV range features the manufacturer’s latest quantum dot technology and uses metal quantum dots to express accurate colour and achieve a 100 percent colour volume (on DCI-P3 standard) which Samsung state is “the highest on the market today.” The TV has earnt accreditation by the Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE) association. They can be used to access Samsung’s Smart Hub for navigating and watching content.

The TVs also have HDR 1500 functionality for a consistent viewing experience in all lighting environments.

The series (comprised of the Q9F, Q8C, Q7C and Q7F) is available for pre-order now, with retail prices ranging from £1,999.99-$4,999.99 in the UK.

Following its introduction at CES 2017, Samsung also showcased its LED TV which also doubles as a digital picture frame – designed in collaboration with Swiss designer Yves Behar – at the event. The TVs offers “Art Mode” homeowners the ability to select and display custom-designed digital art pieces on the TV (with 100 options to choose from).

Designed to accommodate any home or interior design, the TV incorporates the manufacturer’s new “near-invisible” connection cable and slim wall mount (installable in 15 minutes) for management of cables or wires. It is available in a number of layouts and colours, with customisable options including interchangeable bezels and the Studio or rotatable Gravity stand.