The next generation of Samsung Frame TV, the Frame TV 2020 will be soon launched in India. The Notify Me page will go live today on the Flipkart e-commerce platform. Samsung’s Frame lineup is the premium range of Smart TV. Samsung has already launched the majority of its new TVs for 2020. That means new QLED sets, both in 8K and 4K resolution, and a new addition to Samsung’s Lifestyle lineup of design-focused TVs.
The series is one of the many several designer TVs from Samsung alongside the stylish Samsung Serif TV and rotating Samsung Sero TV. Samsung launched the last-gen Frame 65-inch QLED Smart TV in India in January 2020 at a price tag of Rs 1,59,990. And, before that, in 2019, the company had announced a 55-inch model for Rs 84,990 in “The Frame” series.
Unlike the last generation, the teaser suggests that Samsung is going to launch three sizes of The Frame TV 2020. In addition to the 55-inch model and the 65-inch model, we might as well see a bigger The Frame TV soon.
The Samsung Frame TVs come with QLED tech and has in-built motion and brightness sensors. The company says that when it is not being used as a TV, ‘The Frame’ moves into Art mode and displays digital pieces of art. The TV can also adjust the screen brightness based on the ambient. It offers Quantum Dot technology and HDR 10+ that brings all pictures to life.
The TV also supports Bixby and Google Assistant. One can also wirelessly connect ‘The Frame’ with a wide range of smart devices and make them work together with the SmartThings App and One Remote Control. With AirPlay 2 also built-in, you can stream or share content from Apple devices to the TV. Furthermore, one can even turn this TV into a virtual music system. The TV comes with what Samsung says Home Cloud. There is also a feature called Live Cast, which allows us to stream live moments from any remote location on to their TV over the internet via phone.
Samsung’s other big TV demo puts a mobile twist on the manufacturer’s Lifestyle line of design-oriented TVs with The Sero. Joining the existing Frame and Serif model lines, the Sero is aimed at mobile-first users, the sort of glued-to-the-smartphone Gen Z consumer that wants a TV that can handle video that’s not optimized for traditional widescreen, horizontal TV form factors.
Enter the Sero – that’s Korean for “Vertical” – a 43-inch QLED TV that has motorized rotation to switch from landscape to portrait mode to better accommodate the sort of vertical videos seen on Instagram, TikTok and other social media sites.