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SAM­SUNG IS CHANG­ING THE EN­TER­TAIN­MENT GAME WITH THEIR LAT­EST IN­NO­VA­TION, THE FRAME

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Sam­sung has joined forces with Swiss de­signer Yves Be­har to cre­ate the ul­ti­mate in home en­ter­tain­ment and it will change the way you view your tele­vi­sion for­ever. Meet, The Frame. A tele­vi­sion like no other, its use is no longer lim­ited ex­clu­sively to binge-watch­ing your favourite tele­vi­sion shows, sports and movies, but el­e­vates your home to art gallery sta­tus. When not be­ing used for its tra­di­tional func­tion, The Frame is trans­formed into an elec­tronic art­work of your choice and it comes stan­dard with over 100 renowned pieces to choose from.

You will also be able to se­lect the bevel colour (there are three op­tions avail­able at the mo­ment) in or­der to en­sure it suits your in­te­rior style. The no-gap wall mount, which al­lows it to hang vir­tu­ally flush with the wall, along with a nearly in­vis­i­ble op­ti­cal cable make it look even less like a tele­vi­sion and adds an au­then­tic touch.

With a global fo­cus on mak­ing your home work smarter, The Frame is the per­fect ad­di­tion to en­hance your liv­ing space with a tele­vi­sion that com­ple­ments pre­mium style and de­sign.

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