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Tele­vi­sions to­day have trans­formed into works of art. As con­sumers fo­cus more on de­sign aes­thet­ics, the en­ter­tain­ment sta­ple has turned into a stylish over­haul to fit seam­lessly into any life­style and rou­tines. With an ef­fort to make your tele­vi­sion cus­tomis­able to your space, Sam­sung Malaysia Elec­tronic in­tro­duces

The Frame in Malaysia. The new life­style TV beau­ti­fies any liv­ing space, and is de­signed to live in har­mony with the home­owner’s in­te­rior dé­cor. Push­ing the bound­aries of a tra­di­tional TV, The Frame pro­vides home­own­ers more than just a screen to en­joy their favourite pro­grammes; it is also a state­ment piece. The Frame’s line-up in­cludes 55-inch and 65-inch mod­els. In­stead of fad­ing to black like a con­ven­tional TV when pow­ered off, The Frame dis­plays be­spoke works of art. Through its Art Mode fea­ture, The Frame can dis­play 100 ex­clu­sive works of art by 37 renowned de­sign­ers or precious fam­ily pho­tos, all of which can eas­ily be con­trolled via a Smart­phone ap­pli­ca­tion. The Frame dis­play is equipped with a bright­ness sen­sor, which al­lows cus­tomis­able dis­played contents on-screen to ad­just to the nat­u­ral lev­els of light that are in the room, giv­ing it the ap­pear­ance of a pic­ture frame on the wall. To en­sure that The Frame en­hances the am­biance and dé­cor of any liv­ing space, it con­sists of cus­tomis­able frame op­tions in­clud­ing Wal­nut, Beige wood and White, pro­vid­ing users with the flex­i­bil­ity to match their TV to their in­te­rior. For more in­for­ma­tion on The Frame TV, please visit www.sam­­etv.

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